Gardens have become a growing part of medical facility landscaping, offering patients and families a quiet place for physical and spiritual healing. The University of Kansas Cancer Center’s Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Care Pavilion in Westwood features a Garden of Infinite Possibilities, with cheer radiating from this statue called “Joyful."
Gardens have become a growing part of medical facility landscaping, offering patients and families a quiet place for physical and spiritual healing. The University of Kansas Cancer Center’s Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Care Pavilion in Westwood features a Garden of Infinite Possibilities, with cheer radiating from this statue called “Joyful." DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Gardens have become a growing part of medical facility landscaping, offering patients and families a quiet place for physical and spiritual healing. The University of Kansas Cancer Center’s Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Care Pavilion in Westwood features a Garden of Infinite Possibilities, with cheer radiating from this statue called “Joyful." DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com