Oncology treatment has shifted from an inpatient to an outpatient service model, although some procedures and condition of the patient still require an inpatient stay.  Typically oncology outpatient services are grouped in a center, and these services may include clinical examinations, biopsies, infusion therapy and radiation treatment.  However, the treatment of patients in an outpatient setting does not suggest that many of these patients are not very sick.  Many of them struggle with pain, nausea, mobility issues and fear.  The presence of family members during treatment is often very important to the individual.  CRGA understands the technical requirements of these spaces but equally important, understands the importance of creating an appropriate environment that caters to their condition, and fosters privacy and dignity for those going through perhaps the worst time of their life.  Our environments focus on the care of the patient and not the disease.