“The medical literature suggests that the incidence of major depression in terminally ill patients ranges from 25% to 77%.” (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1291326). The best way to combat depression is through creating interest in life outside a patient’s world. To do so we want to bring in sunlight and fresh air to hospital wings for cancer patients and the terminally ill. This way those patients will have access to the great outdoors and nature without the risk of being infected by others or germs. By reorganizing hospitals and health campuses to include atriums patients can see the outdoors and breathe in fresh air without ever risking their health. Between air infiltration systems and large windows safely is always in mind.