Sexual assault medical centers are not designed exclusively for its purposed. As we saw in Norway, the rooms they use are spread all around the emergency hospital resulting in many unnecessary trips and uncomfortable exposure. Through interviews and observations sessions, we visualized spatial interventions that answered many painpoints experienced by victims. A private waiting area, a counseling room with tools to facilitate conversations, a medical examination suite with first a talking area, gynecological elements blending in the environment, a evidence collecting system in the changing room and educational elements incorporated in different surfaces and platforms, all reflect the needs of an acute victim making that first difficult step of getting help. The use of calming colors contrasts the necessary sterile white to preserve DNA traces. The medical exam room has sterile areas and evidence areas as well as the changing room, enhancing the importance of a DNA securing system.