Are you meeting the Government’s vision of an NHS fit for the 21st century?

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Have you thought about providing your patients and staff with a weather protected environment when entering your hospital?

The entrance to any hospital is a vital part of the building as it caters for:

• arrivals and departures (for many different departments)
• waiting
• meeting and socialising

During Care quality commissions investigations, it has been found that patients arriving by ambulance were sometimes not protected from the weather. Patients were off-loaded onto an uncovered pavement before being transferred into the department where they were at risk of getting wet and cold during the transfer.

Ideally, a good environment is well-functioning, safe, warm, attractive and welcoming. All healthcare buildings need to meet these requirements if they are to meet the Government’s vision of an NHS fit for the 21st century.  With this in mind, Fordingbridge can assist you in meeting this criteria. We take each case on an individual basis and utilise our in-house design team to come up with solutions best suited to your needs.

We have worked on various projects with the NHS, such as Hollybrook and Blood and Transplant in Birmingham. See more case studies here.

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