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Homes boost puts pressure on GP estate

Homes boost puts pressure on GP estate  » 

120 new GP surgeries and medical centres will be required in the Green Belt by 2025, new figures suggest. With 360,000 new houses planned, and a recent £3billion government investment in construction; Adam Thompson, director at Primary Care Surveyors, warns that little regard is being paid to the required social infrastructure to support those developments.

Raising the bar for design

Raising the bar for design  » 

Consultation was central to the design of a new cancer support centre in Derbyshire, which brings fragmented services under one roof for the first time.

Stopping the spread of infection with bug-busting materials

Stopping the spread of infection with bug-busting materials  » 

Antimicrobial materials and coatings are becoming a driving force in the fight against healthcare associated infections (HCAIs). Increasingly, hospitals, health centres, and other care facilities are specifying bug-busting materials to support improvements to cleaning practices.

Maximising infection control in healthcare equipment

Maximising infection control in healthcare equipment  » 

With budget cut after budget cut coming from the Government, and increased life expectancy; hospital workers are under tremendous pressure to provide excellent care while preventing the spread of infection.

It won’t wash!

It won’t wash!  » 

Estates and facilities managers need to understand ‘the big picture’ when it comes to infection control in hospitals toilets and washroom facilities.

Taking on the challenge

Taking on the challenge  » 

Modular and mobile construction methods are expected to outstrip traditional building solutions in popularity within the healthcare sector over the next few years.

Make your move

Make your move  » 

A large number of hospital patients are elderly or have mobility problems. And, in an age of compensation culture; patient lifting and transfer has to be carried out with the utmost safety in order to avoid injury to either staff or the person being moved.

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Healthcare construction weathers the storm

Healthcare construction weathers the storm  » 

The healthcare construction market has so far managed to keep its head above water in the wake of Brexit, the shock outcome of the recent General Election, and continuing downward pressure on capital budgets.

Tower tragedy prompts hospitals probe

Tower tragedy prompts hospitals probe  » 

Estates and facilities managers up and down the country have had one issue on their minds in recent weeks - fire safety. The Grenfell Tower tragedy on 14 June, which led to the deaths of at least 80 people, has been attributed, in part, to the use of cheap aluminium cladding, which is thought to have enabled the fire to spread so quickly throughout the building.

A&E design can improve staff experience

A&E design can improve staff experience  » 

Simple design changes to hospital emergency departments could prevent medical errors and make vulnerable frontline staff more secure, suggests new research.

Innovation in hospital bed technology

Innovation in hospital bed technology  » 

Hospital beds may seem far removed from the coalface of patient care; but the role innovative bed technology is playing, and has the potential to play, in eradicating preventable harm and promoting patient safety and experience, while reducing cost, is not to be underestimated.

IP - A new chapter in communication

IP - A new chapter in communication  » 

Modern nurse call systems must be both adaptable and flexible enough to enable technological advances to be incorporated, whether those advancements come a few months down the line, or many years into the future.

Specification is in our moral fibre

Specification is in our moral fibre  » 

Whether it’s an NHS hospital, a care home, or a local dental surgery; the holy grail for health and care professionals has always been to control infection and prevent the spread of disease.

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