The planned layout of the hospital fully reflects the design principle of “patient orientation”. Based on the requirements specified in the Design Assignment and on the functional characteristics of the surgical wards, the layout of the typical nursing unit is designed as an extended arc-shaped one, and all surgical wards are facing south in order to maximize natural ventilation and daylight, so that all patients can enjoy genial sunshine, clean air and an unimpeded view, all of which facilitate the physical recovery. The nurse station is designed in the shape of a peninsula in the center of the plane so as to enable the nurses to offer the most convenient and efficient services. Since the hospital is located near the crossing of two urban roads, the arc-shaped form is applied in the elevation design to play a key role in spatial continuity and transition. The soft, extended curve of the arc-shaped building fully reflects the sense of kindness and comfort generated by hospital buildings. Large roofing on the top of the main building makes the building unique and recognizable. Grooves on the smooth curve together with cantilever slabs create various effects of shade and shadow, which endow the building with an exquisite appearance. The complete and simple building shape with elaborately detailed treatment enables the hospital to serve as a unique landmark in this region.