The National Cancer Centre of Singapore's new state-of-the-art facility provides comprehensive and holistic care for the growing pool of cancer patients in the country. It offers enhanced facilities for cancer care, rehabilitation, research, and education. Recently opened, Kahler Slater, in partnership with local architect CIAP Architects Pte Ltd. and Tsoi Kobus, designed a 1.2 million square foot, 28 level building which serves patients throughout Asia with world-class oncological care. The building is considered the world’s tallest dedicated cancer treatment facility.
Our team partnered with the NCCS Division of Surgical Oncology and Division of Oncological Imaging to design an entirely new integrated workflow based on a shared Surgical Interventional Procedural Centre. Our healthcare experts mapped out an ideal patient journey that allows all procedural patients to be scheduled, registered, received, prepared for and receive treatment and then recover with a single surgical planning and scheduling software system. Further, the clinical, research and education facilities are each organized according to the type of cancer/site, such as the head and neck, blood, and lung - which help to improve operational efficiencies for staff.