Canada is a vast country and home to a wide range of geographical landscapes, from the glacial to the mountainous. While a unique and amazing feature, the expansiveness creates an obstacle for a portion of the population in receiving sufficient treatment for long term health conditions such as cancer. Currently, people located in rural communities are unable to readily access required treatments and are forced to travel long distances, making it both stressful and a financial burden for many patients to receive the proper care. This thesis aims to design a mobile structure, which administers treatments despite the remoteness of location. Through interventions on various scales, the intention is to better service the Canadian rural population by providing a more accessible cancer treatment centre, which utilizes the landscapes of Canada to create a therapeutic and sensory structure that acts as the heart of the community.