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New Adult Outpatient Pavilion: 17 stories high

Construction of the Adult Outpatient Pavilion

Building’s “topping out" celebrated

VCU Health System celebrated its latest milestone in the construction of a new 17-story, 615,000-square-foot Adult Outpatient Pavilion on its downtown Richmond campus with a virtual topping out ceremony July 28.

In Fiscal Year 2019 (July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019), VCU Medical Center recorded over 840,000 outpatient clinic visits. The new Adult Outpatient Pavilion will house a wide array of outpatient clinics and have a 472,000-square-foot parking deck with over 1,000 additional parking spaces at the point of service.

Adult Outpatient Pavilion Exterior

Artist's rendering of completed Adult Outpatient Pavilion

Highlights of the new Adult Outpatient Pavilion include:

  • Most outpatient services provided downtown by VCU’s Massey Cancer Center will be consolidated in the new building, including medical, surgical and radiation oncology clinics and oncology infusion.

  • The new pavilion will also house medicine infusion, women’s health services and a majority of the specialty outpatient clinics currently located at VCU Health’s Ambulatory Care Center, Nelson Clinic and North Hospital. Also included are an on-site laboratory, pharmacy and medical imaging service.

In addition to providing a space for leading clinical care, the building will feature innovative technology and collaborative spaces to enhance the research and teaching missions of both VCU and VCU Health.

The $383.9 million development is scheduled to open in December 2021.