The new 9,400-square-foot Infusion Center was a remodel and addition to the Concordia Building in Greeley for the relocation of two programs. Oncology and Rheumatology both incorporate infusion treatment for patients and are now located together into one facility along with pharmacy services. The Concordia building is a 1950’s era one story structure adjacent to the Greeley Medical Clinic and across the street from the Northern Colorado Medical Center.
CLIENT: University of Colorado Health
SCOPE: 9,400-Square-Foot Renovation/Addition
COST: $1.8 Million
The pharmacy on-site allows pharmacists to mix the chemotherapy and other drugs used in the infusion process. Instead of creating a clean room for mixing, enclosed fume hoods referred to as “glove boxes” are used.