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Planning Imaging Rooms for a Hospital

Of all the clinical areas in any hospital, X-Ray, CT, and Fluoroscopy need much more planning and co-ordination than any other thing imaginable. This is mostly due to the fact that the equipment used and its implications on the building structure and services is much more complex with the exception of the MRI. We will […]

Healthcare Consultants Enlistment for Prospective Projects

Individual Consultants, Architects, Healthcare planners, firms, consortiums are encouraged to fill out their personal/company brief to help us ear mark suitable choices for projects/inquiries from around the world. The following link would take you to a form which you can fill in and submit to allow us to match your services against customer requirements from […]

Nurse Call Systems

Guest Author: Wullie Scott

All healthcare facilities as part of the hospital design process require some kind of Nurse Call System which includes patient-to-staff and staff-to-staff calls when the need arises.

When the nurse call is initiated, it buzzes at the nearest staff base, where the staff responsible can find out from the nurse call […]

Hybrid Operating Theatres

It feels great to be back onboard www.HospitalDesignTips.com after a while as we have been extremely busy with our assignments on greenfield healthcare projects and despite our best endeavours we had to keep all our energies focussed on our current clients and best protecting their interests.

A big Welcome back to all our regular visitors […]

Easy Guide to Pathology Lab Design

Planning Pathology labs including microbiology, biochemistry and haematology should be fairly simple and straight forward. But we know from experience that if careful thought is not given at the design and planning stage, the simplest of things can and most probably will go wrong.

So what do we really need to watch out for? Although […]