Tuesday, September 19, 2017 | 12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
Open to Conference Attendees Only
Building an Integrated Healthcare Community in Egypt
Board of Directors, Egypt Cancer Network 57357
Vice President, Health Sciences, CallisonRTKL, Inc.
Associate Vice President, Health Sciences, CallisonRTKL, Inc.
Vice President, CallisonRTKL, Inc.
Director of Pediatric Medical Neuro-Oncology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Children's Hospital Boston
Inspired by the model of the St. Jude Research Hospital, Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt is the largest pediatric oncology hospital in the world. Established in 2007 with the mission of providing the best comprehensive family centered quality care and to cure all children with cancer seeking its services, free of charge and without discrimination, CCHE 57357 is expanding their current specialty hospital into a multi-facility campus featuring comprehensive pediatric cancer care services and integrated clinical education, training, and research. This presentation will detail CCHE 57357’s story, demonstrate how international trends in clinical care and medical education are influencing the proposed campus and facilities development, show how the master plan and the design of the campus buildings overlay aspects of the local culture and are working to develop and revitalize the local neighborhood, and discuss some of the architectural and development challenges of working in a dense and historic urban environment.
1. Hear CCHE 57357’s organizational story, their approach to care, and learn how comprehensive pediatric cancer services have been planned for the campus through year;
2. Learn how international design trends in cancer care and medical education are shaping the campus expansion program and facilities;
3. Learn how CCHE is engaging academic leaders and institutions around the world to shape the development of their medical education program through training and partnerships;
4. Understand challenges of implementing large-scale campus development in an historic and dense urban fabric, and what to consider when planning similar expansion projects.