Calgary Cancer Centre


To help realize the vision of the new Calgary Cancer Centre (CCC), the Calgary Cancer Project is partnering with patients, families, staff, physicians and the community throughout planning, design and construction phases.

In addition, the Calgary Cancer Project will be using this page to report back on collaboration so far and ask for input on new initiatives.

Construction of the Calgary Cancer Centre (CCC) continues to be on time and on budget. PCL Construction is working closely with Alberta Infrastructure, Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services to ensure that impacts resulting from COVID-19 are closely monitored and that all public health recommendations are followed. If you have questions about COVID-19, please visit www.alberta.ca/covid19.



To get familiar with the project, explore the following reports. Check back regularly as more exciting information about the CCC will be shared over the coming months.

Part 1 - Vision & Project Background
Part 2 – A Quick Design Preview

Part 3 – Process, Timeline & What’s Next




To help realize the vision of the new Calgary Cancer Centre (CCC), the Calgary Cancer Project is partnering with patients, families, staff, physicians and the community throughout planning, design and construction phases.

In addition, the Calgary Cancer Project will be using this page to report back on collaboration so far and ask for input on new initiatives.

Construction of the Calgary Cancer Centre (CCC) continues to be on time and on budget. PCL Construction is working closely with Alberta Infrastructure, Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services to ensure that impacts resulting from COVID-19 are closely monitored and that all public health recommendations are followed. If you have questions about COVID-19, please visit www.alberta.ca/covid19.



To get familiar with the project, explore the following reports. Check back regularly as more exciting information about the CCC will be shared over the coming months.

Part 1 - Vision & Project Background
Part 2 – A Quick Design Preview

Part 3 – Process, Timeline & What’s Next



Spotlight on our Patient & Family Advisory Council

The project has been partnering with our Patient & Family Advisory Council (PFAC) since 2014. The group was formally created in September 2014 and consists of 16 volunteer members from Calgary and southern Alberta. PFAC meets monthly and works toward supporting the vision of providing patient and family centred care at Tom Baker Cancer Centre as well as for the new Calgary Cancer Centre.

To celebrate Patient & Family Centred Care Week in early November, a slide show was created to highlight the amazing team. View it here. 

Do you have anything to share with the Council or have a question?

If you are interested in becoming an advisor, please contact Catherine Anderson, Senior Engagement Consultant at catherine.anderson2@ahs.ca


Groundbreaking Event in 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 


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