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Cancer Care Center, Pan India, India

Quick Facts

Location Pan India
Scope Master Planning, Architecture, Interior Design
Program 25 beds – 500 beds
Built-up Area 30,000 Sq. Ft. - 7,00,000 Sq.Ft.
Plot Area 0.5 - 19 Acres
Status Under Construction


A comprehensive approach towards design of Cancer Care Center
This scalable model of care has been developed by Tata Trusts and Edifice Consultants Pvt. Ltd., in which the cancer care facility can start small and grow with demand in a planned manner. This model will also encourage a large section of stakeholders to overcome entry barriers in cancer care. The layouts of all locations are based on a single planning principle which allows to design for a unified facility with same operational parameters along with similar look and feel across all centres, with incorporation of the unique cultural, art & geographical influences of each location. The similarity in components helps in creating a brand value along with streamlining of patient, relatives and staff experiences across all facilities.
Design Principles-
Through use of a standard grid size, compact spatial organization can be achieved across functions leading to greater operational efficiency.
Flexibility: Standardized floor plates based on universal grid offer the maximum flexibility in terms of accommodating a variety of configurations of medical modalities. Therefore, they lead to a resilient structure.
Economy: of construction can be easily achieved in structures that employ standard grid design. Flat slab or PT slab construction are means of achieving this economy of speed and cost.
Future Proof: The programs and interiors within the universal standard grid can be modified time and again to best reflect the emerging needs of every medical center.
Therefore, expansion, renovations or re-arrangement of program across floors can be carried out with relative ease.

Credits & Recognition


Architecture: Manoj Choudhary, Abhijit Bhosale, Binu Kuriakose, Satish Nair, Chinmay Patil, Kirtiman Sinha, Samiullah Bandri, Smitha Achary, Rachana Soni, Deepti Dalvi, Shreyoshi Dasgupta, Sachin Vidwans, Nilam Wani, Omkar Gadekar, Pawan Sharma, Priti Manjrekar, Shadab Mulla, Dhroov Kandelwal