Concept Design Of All Hospital Facility
We do believe that the best hospital design is the main factor that leads to increase the quality of the service, reduce risk and best infection control.
UMS team will discuss with the client the requirements & will arrange accordingly the design brief questionnaire to deﬁne the design requirements in order to provide best design solutions for the client requirements, the brief questionnaire and information’s will be easily prepared ready for Our expert design and planner team whom are able to arrange design based on latest healthcare standards .
All departments from the reception, clinics, and patient’s rooms to the critical areas are to be designed by our design and planning team with every room detail considering the hospital needs.
During design stages our engineers and planners will provide the hospital and health care facility with the functional details of each system.
Essential Factors to be Considered in Hospital Design and Planning
Hospitals provide a wide range of services and are made up of many functional units; this is why Hospitals are the most complex of building types. Hospitals have diagnostic and treatment functions, such as clinical laboratories, imaging, emergency rooms, and surgery.
Hospitality functions, such as food service and housekeeping; and inpatient care or bed-related functions.
Good hospital design integrates functional requirements with the human needs of its varied users. This need for diverse functions is reflected in enough area available and specificity of regulations, codes, and oversight that govern hospital construction and operations.
Each of the wide-ranging and constantly evolving functions of a hospital, including highly complicated mechanical, electrical, and telecommunications systems, requires specialized knowledge and expertise.
Hospital design is also influenced by site restraints and opportunities, climate, surrounding facilities, budget, and available technology.
All hospitals should have certain common attributes, regardless of their location, size, or budget.
UMS will work on converting the scope of services to be provided, as mentioned in a feasibility study, into a functional, safe, high quality, and cost-effective hospital design while the design is a critical element of any project. This not only requires an in-depth knowledge of medical and other healthcare services, building design, architecture, mechanical and electrical, and IT service provision but also a comprehensive understanding of how a hospital works on a day to day basis.
UMS with its skilled clinicians and experienced partners brings these functions together, combines them with specific local requirements to ensure the hospital is suited to the environment in which it is constructed, and delivers high-quality healthcare through cost-effective low maintenance.