Photo Credit: Lehr Consultants International

Photo Credit: Lehr Consultants International

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Care Center   Melbourne, Australia

The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Care Center (VCCC) is a world class cancer center being constructed in Melbourne, Australia. The building is approximately 1.4 million square feet and will provide a brand new home for the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and new cancer research and clinical services for Melbourne Health (including the Royal Melbourne Hospital), new cancer research facilities for The University of Melbourne, and new education facilities for all building partners.

The facility includes:

  • 160 overnight inpatient beds
  • A 42-bed capacity intensive care unit
  • 110 same-day beds
  • A dedicated clinical trials unit with 24 treatment places
  • Eight refurbished medi-hotel beds, with additional space for overnight accommodation for families of country patients over 25,000 square meters of specialized research space
  • Eight operating theaters and two procedure rooms
  • Eight radiation therapy bunkers, and
  • Education and training facilities