In 2015, FCCT will break ground on the Cancer Care Institute, the Northern Healthcare Zone’s first designated cancer care facility. The CCI will be located on the campus of Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre in Moshi, Tanzania. It will be built via several construction phases, which are outlined below.
In its first full year of operation, the CCI will serve more than 1,300 patients–individuals who might otherwise have no access to care. Will you help us make that happen? Make a donation today.
PHASE I: MEDICAL ONCOLOGY WING
The Phase I CCI will comprise an entry area with registration and waiting; a clinical program with two exam rooms; an infusion program with six bays; plus ancillary areas as required. This wing shall be able to accommodate linear expansion of clinical and infusion programs in the future.
Estimated cost: US $375,000*
PHASE II: COMPLETE CCI & HOSTEL
In Phase II, FCCT will expand the CCI to include a Radiation Oncology Wing with two linear accelerators plus brachytherapy, MRI and CT scan units; a Medical Oncology Wing with a ten-chair infusion unit, plus an oncology clinic with six exams rooms; a Reception and Administration Wing; plus ancillary areas as required.
Estimated cost: US $1,600,000*
Estimated cost: TBD
The CCI Hostel will initially include eight bedrooms with two single beds in each, one for the patient and the other for an accompanying family member; separate common bathrooms for male and female guests; matron quarters; a common sitting room; a dining room for eighteen people with adjacent servery; corridors, and storage space. The hostel will also accommodate linear expansion in the future.
Estimated cost: US $300,000*
Total Phase I and Phase II Cost: $US 2,000,000+*
*Note: These numbers don’t include the cost of equipment, medicines or staff.
Renderings and estimates provided by Jengo Imara Design Group