The building’s ambience strives to create a positive effect for its patients, by absorbing their possible mentality of being “required to seek treatment”. It was to this articulated problem we respond by proposing a building that approaches more an individual home than an establishment for public health. The lobby is designed as a large space flooded by zenithal light, from which the other rooms open up. The radial organization, out of the public’s way, requires following a corridor to enter one of the other rooms. There thus results a very clear spatial separation of the three forms of traffic, that of the public, the staff, and that of deliveries, where potential crossings are reduced to a minimum.