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The Christie at Macclesfield Opens to the Public

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The Christie at Macclesfield, designed and delivered by AFL Architects, has opened to patients this week. The facility is set to transform cancer care in Cheshire, the High Peak area of Derbyshire and parts of North Staffordshire, providing care closer to home for more than 1,500 existing Christie patients and 46,000 visits a year.

Encompassing over 28,000 sq ft, the facility offers outpatient care, palliative care, holistic support and information services. It provides staff with the ability to conduct 12,500 radiotherapy treatments and 6,800 chemotherapy and haematology treatments a year.

Led by AFL throughout RIBA 1-6, the design has been a successful collaboration between the practice’s architectural and interior design teams, ensuring an extremely high quality of finish internally and externally.

"It has been an honour and pleasure to work with The Christie estates team, as well as lead the design team from start to finish on this transformative project. It cannot be overstated the importance of this facility to local people. We never took this responsibility lightly and I believe the final result shows our dedication to the staff, patients and visitor experience."
James Wilford, Senior Associate, AFL Architects
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