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Medical Offices of Hufford & Knopf – “Delores Hood Room”

"Delores Hood Room"
Designer Jennifer Jones dedicated this room to the memory of her grandmother, Delores Hood. Delores had spent many hours in dreary chemo rooms before succumbing to cancer in 2008. Her laughter will always be in our hearts.

Project Info

Client Medical Offices of Hufford & Knopf | San Francisco, CA | June 2011
Project Specs Rooms: 1 | Beds/Chairs: 1 | Patient Visits: 355/year

Project Description

This was the very first project that began RTR4C – the 1st of 7 rooms transformed in the offices of Dr. Knopf and Dr. Hufford. Each room has their own designer, theme and special glow!

Patients enter that room and almost pass out because it is so beautiful. Those who previously avoided it now want to make a reservation to use it each time.

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The bigger picture …

It all began in Dr. Stephen Hufford’s office in May of 2011. (Please read Nancy’s story here.) We chose Dr. Stephen Hufford’s patient rooms as our first RTR4C project after witnessing their dismal state. In his defense, Dr. Hufford had just returned to work after a difficult year battling pancreatic cancer. His chances of recovery were slim. He would live just 17 more months — enough time to see the wonderfully transformed space and to host a reception to show his gratitude for our RTR4C volunteer designers. The reception was held in September 2012. Dr. Hufford passed away a month later. Dr. Kevin Knopf has since taken over the practice and is committed to maintaining the new look and feel of the treatment rooms. Six different volunteer designers renovated the seven patient rooms in Dr. Hufford’s office, creating unique environments they saw as healing and soothing. Each room has its own story and dedication to a cancer patient that inspired the designer.

Patients have their favorites and often request certain rooms, but all are appreciated and treated with care by the staff and doctors. The transformations include new lighting, paint, wall treatments, wallpaper, Venetian plaster, new furniture and cabinets, chairs, art, window coverings and an extra bit of love and hope in every corner.

Designer: Jennifer Jones

Volunteers: 18

Rooms Rocked: 7

Designers: 6

Chair/Beds Transformed:10

Patient visits: 2500/year
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