CTCC Hillandale Hospital

Square Footage:
26,600 first floor
22,837 second floor
Project Type:
Freestanding Building
Project Cost:
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Cost per Square Foot:
Detail Oriented

Project Overview

The Center for Total Cancer Care located at the new Hillandale Medical Center in suburban Atlanta stands as a proud beacon of both the city’s progressive movement and historical foundation.

DeKalb Medical at Hillandale is a state-of-the-art hospital set on a beautiful 40-acre campus in Lithonia, Georgia. This innovative facility is the only planned digital hospital in Georgia. One of the advantages of an all-digital hospital is that patient information is available instantly, anytime, anywhere – eliminating paperwork and duplicate tests and allowing doctors to make faster, more informed decisions. The end result is enhanced patient safety, more efficient patient care and better, faster communication among caregivers.

For more than 30 years, DeKalb Medical has been committed to bringing much-needed healthcare services to south DeKalb County and the surrounding communities. Since 1970 when DeKalb County voters first approved a $1.95 million bond referendum to help fund a south DeKalb hospital, DeKalb Medical has devoted substantial time and resources to making a hospital there a reality.

With the intention to create an all encompassing center for cancer care, the site posed considerable challenges. These challenges were met and resolved by utilizing the site to advantage. The sculptural forms of the distinctive auditorium marks the entry sequence for patients and families. Organizing the shared egress onto the site reduces patient travel distances, and makes accommodation for additional health care facilities on the site.

Site/Floor Plans


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