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news HOSPITAL REDEVELOPMENT Chase Farm Hospital starts on site

Construction of the £150 million redevelopment of Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, North London is due to start in the spring 2016 following the granting of Planning Consent by Enfield Council’s Planning Committee. Enabling works are under way, with completion of the Healthcare Building planned for summer 2018. The major capital redevelopment,

delivered by Integrated Health Projects with healthcare architects IBI Group, TB&A, Thomasons in their design team provides the Royal Free London NHS foundation Trust with a new build five storey acute hospital including an urgent care centre, inpatients, eight theatres, day surgery, outpatient ambulatory care zone, imaging, diagnostics and supporting facilities. The design has been developed with

consultation with all departments and clinicians, allowing the design team to lead the way with innovative healthcare design, comprising of a number of flexible options to allow the Trust to embrace service change in the future.

IBI Group has reviewed the whole

estate to provide the Trust with a value added, future proofed solution. This includes releasing funds from land sale and integrating housing and a new school into the plans to support the local

community’s infrastructure. Working in collaboration with the Trust, the design team has also allowed for the future development of a new energy centre and multi-storey car park.

ISG underway with £14 million Spire healthcare scheme

ISG is underway with a £14 million project to upgrade and extend Spire St Anthonys Hospital in Surrey, delivering state-of-the-art surgical facilities, along with a refurbishment of the existing hospital building. Comprising the construction of a two-storey, circa 27,000

sq ft, extension at the private hospital in Cheam, the scheme sees ISG create six new operating theatres. The hospital already offers Level 3 critical care, with specialist provision for cardiac, thoracic and complex orthopaedic procedures. The project will extend this capability and add three new ultra-clean theatres, a hybrid theatre and a physiotherapy department. The new operating theatres will be housed on the first

floor of the concrete frame extension, with consulting rooms, administrative areas, and a physiotherapy unit,

including hydrotherapy pool, at ground floor level. All six theatres will be constructed to operate under positive pressure with air locking doors, and ISG is responsible for the comprehensive fit out package, including surgeons panels that control door locks, lighting and temperature. The three ultra-clean theatres will include HEPA filter

canopies above the operating area to deliver up to 500 air changes per hour, with one theatre adapted for laser surgery procedures, featuring non-reflective surfaces throughout. Facilities have been carefully designed to enable the hospital to quickly adopt the very latest surgical techniques and advances, with a state-of-the-art Siemens scanner installed in the hybrid theatre, enabling patients to be scanned during procedures.


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