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The Future of Health Care Will Have a Cambridge Street Address

Architectural rendering of Mass General's new building on Cambridge Street

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The Future of Health Care Will Have a Cambridge Street Address

The Building for the Future of Health Care will provide a 21st century patient-centered experience and increased support for our local and global communities.

At the heart of The Campaign for Mass General is our new, state-of-the-art clinical building, currently known as the Building for the Future of Health Care. With more than 1,000,000 sq. feet of space, the new building is designed to provide a patient-centered experience and 21st-century integrated care, and to meet the growing needs of our staff and the local and global communities we serve.

The environmentally friendly structure will include a variety of clinical and support spaces, a modern conference center, a 24-hour urgent care clinic for cancer patients and a research pharmacy that will specialize in cutting-edge therapies. It will also become the new home for the Mass General Cancer Center and the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center — two of the hospital’s centers of excellence.

To provide seamlessly coordinated care for patients, the new building will be organized so that all related services are arranged in a central location. To further support patients and their families, the Building for the Future of Health Care will include multiple cafes with a diverse range of healthy eating options, as well as two large healing gardens and a meditation space.

To support and strengthen the local community, the building will include a retail area, as well as space for a future subway station for the MBTA’s proposed Red — Blue line connector. Initial planning on the building is complete and, pending approvals, construction is expected to begin in 2022!

To learn more about the Building for the Future of Health Care, please contact us.

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Building for the Future of Health Care Rendering of Front
Architectural rendering of the Building for the Future of Health Care