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Fears for future of healthcare construction

Fears for future of healthcare construction  » 

Fears are growing for the future of the healthcare construction industry as experts warn that a downturn in activity has seen the market ‘grind to a halt’ over the summer months.

A building without barriers

A building without barriers  » 

A new hospice in Eastbourne, East Sussex, is helping to change the face of palliative care in the UK. Designed by R H Partnership Architects (RHP), St Wilfrid’s Hospice provides inpatient services for up to 20 people, together with wellbeing facilities and a Hospice at Home service.

NHS needs to ‘think outside the box’

NHS needs to ‘think outside the box’  » 

September saw the second annual mental health and dementia facilities forum take place in Warwickshire. Here we review what turned out to be a highly-successful event for project delegates and suppliers alike.

A new era for nurse call systems

A new era for nurse call systems  » 

Nurse call systems are evolving with great speed as a result of market demand for integrated technology. Here we look at how solutions are changing to benefit staff and patients.

Taking control

Taking control  » 

In this article we explore how hospitals and care homes can control access into and around buildings in order to protect patients, staff and property.

More power to you!

More power to you!  » 

Hospitals need to run 24/7 and as a result rely heavily on their power supplies to operate everything from lights and heating to IT equipment and life-saving medical devices. This article looks at how to protect supplies in the event of a power failure and reveals how hospitals can even make money along the way.

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Lack of NHS engineers putting patients at risk

Lack of NHS engineers putting patients at risk  » 

A lack of experienced qualified engineers within the NHS is putting lives at risk, according to a new report. The low priority given to the training and recruitment of NHS engineers is leading to problems caused by faulty medical equipment and cancelled operations, says the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in its new report, Biomedical engineering: advancing UK healthcare.

Future looks bright for UK construction sector

Future looks bright for UK construction sector  » 

The future looks brighter for the UK healthcare construction market, with news that the Government will plough billions of pounds into enhancing infrastructure over the next five years.

Sustainable refurbishment restores Guy’s to full health

Sustainable refurbishment restores Guy’s to full health  » 

A £26m project to transform the landmark Guy's Hospital in London has reached completion. Contractor, Balfour Beatty, has announced it has completed a challenging scheme to revamp the hospital, which was originally built in 1974.

A little goes a long way

A little goes a long way  » 

Even the smallest alterations to the environment in hospitals and care homes can have a positive impact on the lives of people living with dementia, according to design expert, Rebecca Furse.

Going up!

Going up!  » 

Visiting a hospital can be daunting, particularly for the elderly, infirm, injured or disabled, who have to navigate the monolithic tower blocks and endless corridors of imposing and often-confusing buildings.

The cure for parking misery

The cure for parking misery  » 

“If a patient visits a hospital and has problems parking on arrival, it will negatively impact their entire experience,” warns Scott Gow, business development manager at WPS Parking Solutions.

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