University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences

  • Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine: Built in 1996 ($140M), the Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine (DCAM) is a 538,000 gross square foot (or 297,000 net assignable square feet) outpatient oriented facility designed to provide the best possible setting for the health care and health care education of the future; bringing the latest medical technology and scientific know‐how to each patient in the most convenient, efficient, and comforting environment imaginable. The facility includes 315 outpatient clinic exam rooms in 26 different subspecialties, 8 outpatient operating rooms, oncology infusion clinic, 4 linear accelerators for radiation therapies, and PET/CT/MRI radiology services.