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ACUTE HEALTHCARE

ED, 

CRITICAL CARE  

& THEATRES

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Inpatient & Maternity

Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust

Lewisham Delivery Suite

Contract Value

£530,000

Contract Completion

2014

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

Contract Administrator

1/3

A fast track project to remodel and upgrade the existing delivery facilities on the 3rd Floor of the Maternity Department at Lewisham Hospital with surrounding areas fully occupied.  The work was phased to integrate with the departments workload.

 

The scope comprised internal reconfiguration to provide a 3 bed Close Observation Room, Assessment Room with associated ensuite WC, new Delivery Room, Staff Base, Point of Care Test Area, IV Fluids Area, Reception Area with adjacent Doctor’s Work Stations, Equipment Store, CSSD Supplies Store, Consultant Office and Rest Room.

 

3 no existing Delivery Rooms and associated ensuite shower facilities, including 2 no. Home from Home Rooms were completely refurbished.  The Home from Home Rooms include either a permanently installed birthpool or provision for a temporary inflatable birthpool.

 

The new Reception Area is located to provide good visual interaction with the unit entrance and an improved initial experience for patients and visitors.  The Reception Area and Doctor’s Work Stations combine to form an efficient, strategically positioned administrative resource for staff.  All new installations were designed to comply with current HBN and HTM standards.

The Royal Brompton & Harefield

NHS Foundation Trust

Private Patient Ward

Contract Value

£4 million

Contract Completion

2018

Floyd Slaski Roles

Lead Consultant

Architect

Contract Administrator

1/10

As part of its programme to modernise and improve the hospital facilities at Harefield Hospital the Trust was keen to develop a new private patient single bedded ward with ensuite facilities and associated HDU within existing premises by expanding onto the balcony of G Floor (Juniper Ward).  The ward comprises 16 single bedded rooms with ensuite facilities, an associated 4 bedded HDU, nursing facilities, ward kitchen, visitor waiting, staff changing & recreational areas and administrative offices.  All facilities are designed to comply with current building legislation and CQC requirements.

Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Private Patient Ward Refurbishment

Contract Value

£1.1 Million

Contract Completion

2013

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/4

Remodelling the existing Sir Reginald Wilson Private Patients Ward in Sydney Wing of the Royal Brompton Hospital to provide upgraded bedrooms with associated reception, staff base, utility, kitchen and office facilities.  The scope of work involved the provision of 29 no. upgraded, fully serviced bedrooms including reconfiguration of the existing multi-bed HDU each with ensuite shower facilities.  Where practical ensuite facilities were designed for fully assisted or disabled use in compliance with current DDA and HTM standards.

 

The works within an occupied building required careful phasing to ensure the ward remained operational throughout with the minimum disruption to bed usage and consequently to the revenue stream.  Detailed consideration was required during project implementation to ensure the protection of adjacent users including both patients and staff, and to minimise disturbance from noise and dust.

Barts Health NHS Trust

Dementia Friendly Environments

Contract Value

£520K

Contract Completion

2017

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/6

Whipps Cross Hospital - Dementia Friendly Environments

 

The work undertaken was to improve the existing hospital ward environment for patients, specifically those suffering from dementia.  Whilst there was some physical alteration to ward layouts the majority of the changes were addressed through installation of new flooring, decorations, furniture and artwork. 

Please see the attached link to the Whipps Cross Dementia Friendly Environments video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thEsa4c-has&feature=em-share_video_user

Ashford and St Peter's NHS Foundation Trust - Woking Community Hospital

Contract Value

£425K

Contract Completion

2016

Floyd Slaski Roles

Architect

1/3

Woking Locality Hub

The locality hub was designed in response to a new innovation by North West Surrey CCG to provide a facility that would allow vulnerable older people in the community to access a range of health, social care and community services all in one place.

 

The site, within a disused ward in Woking Hospital, was adapted and modernised to provide an area for proactive care comprising ten single consulting rooms and a reactive area with a single bedded bay, a two bedded bay and a four bedded bay.  Dedicated physiotherapy and podiatry rooms, waiting and exercise areas, utility rooms, WCs, reception and an office for social services were also included.

 

Changes to flooring, paint finishes, lighting, signposting and the reorganisation of the corridors to provide a less cluttered, more open sense of space have benefited the project and changed what was a claustrophobic ward into a more welcoming and less daunting facility.

Access to the facility will usually be via the main hospital entrance which has step free access close to a drop off point in the car park.  Once inside the entrance the route to the hub is via the main hospital street which is at one level.  Signposting to the hub has been added on all hospital signage.

 

For those being delivered by ambulance, this mainly relates to “reactive” patients, access will be via the lower ground floor rear doors.  This takes patients into the lower corridor and to a bed lift which serves the ground floor close to the entrance to the hub.

 

Colours and finishes have been designed to be dementia friendly and to meet DDA standards.

ACUTE HEALTHCARE

ED, 

CRITICAL CARE  

& THEATRES

healthcare architecture
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Healthcare
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