Innovative Design Meets Cutting-Edge Treatment Options at the Phillips Cancer Center
Exciting news from the Southampton Hospital Association (SHA) and Stony Brook Medicine who recently celebrated the opening of The Phillips Family Cancer Center.
This innovative center provides radiation therapy and medical oncology--providing significant advances and services to those living on the East End. This includes comprehensive cancer treatments in a state-of-the-art, two-level, patient-centered building and healing environment. The new Center has the latest technology, including the most advanced linear accelerator on the East End, a Varian Linear Accelerator TrueBeam, which provides more precise targeting of cancer cells during radiation therapy, sparing healthy surrounding tissue. Every chemotherapy treatment is formulated in the on-site pharmacy.
Additionally, the 13,800-square-foot building was designed by local Hampton architect, Blaze Makoid who took inspiration from the property’s legacy as the site of a Southampton farmer’s potato barn. The interiors are designed to enhance healing by healthcare facilities architect, Victor Famulari.
Patients and families are cared for in private and shared treatment spaces featuring murals of soothing East End beach scenes. Chemotherapy treatment rooms overlook healing outdoor organic gardens and landscapes curated by Hamptons IDAs Innovator Edwina von Gal of the Perfect Earth Project and Christopher LaGuardia of the LaGuardia Design Group.
Visit The Phillips Family Cancer Center to learn more about the facility.