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UTSW Radiation Oncology

Location

Dallas, Texas

Size

63,000 sq. ft.

Design Architect

Perkins+Will

At 63,000 sq. ft., UT Southwestern Medical Center’s William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital Radiation Oncology Building is the largest facility for radiation oncology in North Texas. The $66 million structure consolidates existing campus services into one clinical space, and is designed to accommodate future operational expansion up to 30,000 sq. ft.

The radiation therapy center houses cancer treatment technologies such as Cyberknife, GammaPod and linear accelerators. The building is strategically organized over three floors, with a grand stair connecting the main and second-floor lobbies. A destination-oriented design paired with logical corridor placement supports patient navigation, while fewer walls and shared spaces foster collaboration and streamline workflow.