The University of Kansas Health System selected McCownGordon to renovate existing unused hospital space into a therapeutic blood treatment center, making it Kansas City’s largest hospital-based dialysis and apheresis center. Spanning 9,000 square feet, the center houses two different treatment areas: blood and marrow transplant apheresis, and dialysis/apheresis. The bone marrow transplant space offers nine private treatment rooms and the dialysis/apheresis care area has ten rooms. Each of the spaces are complete with a nurse station and storage area. The center also includes a break room, locker room, and water/bio medical area. High-end millwork and sheet vinyl flooring tie-in the newly renovated facility to the rest of the hospital.