Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center – 74th Street Ambulatory Care Center
New York, NY
Memorial Sloan-Kettering is currently building a new outpatient cancer care facility, complete with approximately 120 infusion rooms and 90 exam rooms, following the shift from inpatient to outpatient cancer care. The 23-story center will include treatment for patients with lung, head and neck, and hematologic cancers, as well as state-of-the-art outpatient bone marrow transplantation program. The facility will also support a broad range of early-phase clinical trials to discover new cancer treatments, and leading-edge radiation oncology and radiology services. The facility will have a patient-oriented physical design and will incorporate the most-advanced technology to ensure patients’ visits are as short and comfortable as possible.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering hired EDI to serve as the Owner’s IT Consultant. In this role, EDI is serving as an extension of MSK’s facilities and IT groups to provide overall program and project management for the technology equipment and systems. These duties included: technology visioning, IT GAP analysis, design oversight, procurement management, budget and schedule control, and activation oversight. EDI also developed the requirements, design, write specifications, and manage the bid process for the nurse call, RFID, RTLS, DAS, and FRS and interfaces/integration of the IPI devices.
- Architect: Perkins Eastman/Ennead
- Contractor: Turner Construction
EDI will develop requirements, design, write specifications, and manage the bid process for the following systems:
- Nurse Call
EDI will provide coordination and advisory services for the following systems:
- Voice and Data Structured Cabling
- CATV Cabling
- Central Clock
722,000 SF ambulatory care center