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Final modules placed at Medway Maritime Hospital

Final modules placed at Medway Maritime Hospital

MTX have been successfully appointed to supply, install and commission a new build modular extension to the Emergency Department at Medway Maritime Hospital. The scheme has been procured under P21 + with the principal contractor being IHP. The modular extension will be housed over three storeys with the third floor containing new plant to serve to entire scheme. The accommodation at ground floor will consist of seven new resus bays along with a new isolation department, majors and CCU assessment bays.

Construction works are progressing well onsite with all 70 modules installed along with compliant concrete floors and a significant proportion of external cladding and first fix M&E. All construction works are being carried out while the existing Emergency Department continues to operate. The works completed by MTX in an offsite fashion represent one of the first phases of the entire scheme. The project is currently running on schedule with phase one due for completion in August 2017.  » 

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Cyber thieves cripple NHS systems

Cyber thieves cripple NHS systems  » 

The Government has launched a probe into the cyber attack on NHS IT systems which brought the health service to a standstill. The global incident on 12 May affected 99 countries including the UK, with at least 47 NHS hospital trusts in England and more than a dozen in Scotland impacted as the thieves demanded a ransom to restore systems.

NHS estates cannot continue with the status quo

NHS estates cannot continue with the status quo  » 

Blink and you may have missed it, but the much-awaited Naylor Review on Why the estate matters for patients was published on Friday, 31 March.

Sensing the need for change

Sensing the need for change  » 

In 2012 four babies died from Pseudomonas infection at the Royal Jubilee Maternity and Altnagelvin hospitals in Northern Ireland. A probe into their deaths revealed the outbreaks were linked to contaminated tap water in the intensive care rooms of the neonatal units.

The art of interior design

The art of interior design  » 

A rebuild of the paediatric emergency department at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital showcases a new approach to art and interior design which is helping to demystify healthcare delivery for young people.

Pushing the envelope: Providing external solutions

Pushing the envelope: Providing external solutions  » 

Construction projects in the healthcare sector pose a wide range of complexities, from the initial concept through to specifying the correct solutions and planning the logistics of delivery and installation.

Hygienic by design

Hygienic by design  » 

According to the Department of Health, the number of laboratory reports of norovirus in the winter months to 5 January this year was 8% higher than the average for the five previous winters, and a startling 66% higher than the same period in the 2015/16 winter months.

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Mixed reaction to budget funding boost

Mixed reaction to budget funding boost  » 

While a £2billion boost for social care, unveiled in the 2017 Budget, is being widely welcomed, the Government is being warned that the funding will not take pressure off struggling NHS services.

Fertility clinic sets precedent for one-stop treatment

Fertility clinic sets precedent for one-stop treatment  » 

A purpose-built one-stop fertility clinic is to open in Wickford, Essex, based on a forward-thinking design that follows the patient pathway.

Under one roof

Under one roof  » 

An extensive refurbishment project at Malton Community Hospital in North Yorkshire has enabled the launch of a new, best-practice, one-stop urology clinic.

A call to action

A call to action  » 

The contractor responsible for a new care home development in Worcestershire is urging the construction industry to keep pace with evolving trends in retirement living in the wake of a rise in demand across the country.

Closing the door on traditional products

Closing the door on traditional products  » 

Door-closing solutions have been specified that echo the stylish design of a new care home in Dunstable.

A lifeline for cash-strapped hospitals

A lifeline for cash-strapped hospitals  » 

Hospitals up and down the country are facing two conflicting pressures - a need for additional space to improve and expand services, and a reduction in capital to pay for building improvements.

A success story  » 

The growing evidence base for the positive impact of the arts on health and wellbeing is undisputed, but for many NHS organisations it is difficult to get projects off the ground.

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