The market for construction and renovation services in Warsaw is actively developing, but it is not so easy to find a company capable of designing a health clinic with intelligence and inspiration. Only top-class professionals take on the design of medical clinics, which requires special knowledge and skills, understanding of the specifics of the work of medical institutions and strict adherence to sanitary and hygienic standards. When developing projects for clinics and private medical offices, Euromed-Bud carefully studies the functionality and ergonomics of the space. Both doctors and patients will be satisfied!
Integrated Design and Design of Medical Clinics
When designing a clinic, it is important to strike a balance between the requirements of hygiene, aesthetics and ergonomics, showing ingenuity and creativity. High-quality projects of medical clinics do not tolerate stereotyped techniques and are developed individually, taking into account the characteristics of the premises. Private clinics and medical offices are rarely located in buildings originally designed as medical facilities; in order to adapt the premises for the provision of medical services, an overhaul with redevelopment is required, which is carried out according to a special project.
Specialists of various profiles, such as engineers, architects, technologists, electricians, plumbers, designers and decorators, participate in the development of the project. As a result of an integrated approach to design, technical, regulatory and organizational nuances are carefully worked out to ensure the effective operation of a medical institution:
- space zoning taking into account the requirements of the legislation and the organizational structure of the clinic, division of “clean” and “dirty” zones;
- arrangement of engineering networks, ventilation and lighting;
- calculation, installation and connection of special equipment;
- fire safety and emergency warning measures;
- adaptive devices for people with disabilities;
- means of biosecurity in the departments of radiation diagnostics and radiotherapy;
- selection of finishing materials, furniture and decorative elements;
- development of corporate identity.
What is Included in the Design of Medical Facilities
The design of medical institutions is not limited to interior modelling. Since the projects of medical buildings are tied to a specific facility, an inspection of the premises is mandatory with taking measurements, studying the general plan and analyzing utility lines; based on the results obtained, a technical task is drawn up. Based on the results of the inspection, a concept project is drawn up – a sketch of the room, conveying the general view and atmosphere of the interior; usually, several options for architectural and planning solutions are offered.
After the concept of the project is approved, based on the sketch, a detailed 3D model of the interior is developed with reference to the facility and a set of technical documentation. Thus, the design service for medical facilities at Euromed-Bud includes a set of measures for the improvement of the premises and the organization of space:
- functional zoning of space;
- arrangement of engineering networks, ventilation and lighting;
- placement of sockets, switches and lamps;
- selection and installation of special equipment;
- colour design of the premises;
- arrangement of furniture and accessories.
Stages of Work on the Design of Hospitals
The correct sequence of actions in the design of clinics reduces the number of improvements; accidental miscalculations are detected in a timely manner and promptly eliminated. The optimal algorithm for the development of a medical institution project, which maintains a high rate of project implementation without sacrificing quality, has five steps:
- setting the task – interview with the customer, inspection of the facility, preparation of technical specifications;
- conclusion of a work contract – the scope and schedule of work, the deadlines for the completion of the facility and guarantees from the contractor are negotiated;
- calculation and approval of estimates;
- development and approval of the concept of the project;
- 3D-visualization and preparation of technical documentation – drawings, specifications, wall sweeps and sections of coatings.
Turnkey designer renovation with architectural supervision is a logical continuation of the design: when the work is managed by a designer who has thoroughly studied the facility, there is nothing to worry about. The development and implementation of the project by one contractor provide important organizational advantages that improve the quality of renovation:
- reduction of terms due to combination of design with renovation work;
- simplification of communication between executive units;
- increased focus on bottlenecks and expert risk management.
Design of a Medical Institution – Functional Layout
According to the instructions of the Ministry of Health, in medical institutions, it is mandatory to allocate functional areas such as a registry, a waiting room, medical and treatment rooms, locker rooms and break rooms for staff, utility rooms and separate toilets for employees and visitors of the clinic. In some cases, it is allowed to combine several functions in one room; for example, the reception area is combined with the waiting room, but first, it should be clarified whether the clinic specialization allows such an option.
The rational layout of medical facilities saves time and simplifies the interaction of departments, and in some situations even saves lives. Quick access to the operating room and instrumental diagnostic rooms from the emergency department can be decisive for the patient’s life. Particular attention is paid to the convenient location of nursing posts and the optimization of medical staff movement patterns. The shortest routes are chosen that do not violate the rules of asepsis and antiseptics.
Medical Institution Project – Technical Solutions
High-tech equipment requiring special operating conditions is widely used in hospitals and multidisciplinary medical centres. In operating units, resuscitation and intensive care units and intensive care units, it is necessary to ensure uninterrupted power supply, enhanced ventilation and special air conditioning modes with special air purification and disinfection technologies. To ensure that the noise of operating equipment does not interfere with hospital patients, you should take care of high-quality soundproofing of walls and ceilings.
When designing rooms for radiation diagnostics and radiotherapy, biosecurity requirements as such sources of ionizing radiation are subject to shielding, equipment is controlled remotely from protected rooms, are taken into account. In doctors’ offices and treatment rooms, it may be necessary to install water intake points, arrange water supply and sewerage systems, and install disinfection lamps and ozonizers.
Clinical laboratories are equipped with fume hoods for working with hazardous reagents, fire extinguishing devices and refrigeration units for storing biomaterial. In rooms for centralized sterilization, the location of sterilizers and storage systems is considered, taking into account the rules of asepsis and antiseptics. Sterile instruments and materials must be protected from microbial insemination during movement and storage.
Arrangement of Medical Interiors
When designing the interior of a hospital, it is important to adhere to the concept of “helping space” and create a relaxed, confidential setting that helps patients cope with stress, anxiety and embarrassment. The arrangement of furniture and equipment is thought out in such a way as not to interfere with cleaning and disinfection, free up passages and create comfortable conditions for doctors and patients. A positive perception of clinic design motivates and inspires staff, prevents burnout and improves the quality of medical care.
In the decoration of receptions, waiting rooms and examination rooms, calm pastel colours and soothing natural shades are preferred. Bright colours provide dynamism to the interior and cheer up, but at the same time they have an exciting effect; to avoid sensory overload, they are used exclusively as accents. Pure cool tones refresh the atmosphere and improve concentration, but they also evoke a sense of alienation, so they should be reserved for rooms where there is no active interaction with patients.
Decorative elements that create a casual setting and distract from heavy thoughts decrease anxiety. The more individuality there is in the interior, the less space there is for the usual negative associations. Organic textures as accents give the rooms a cosy homely look, and the location of accessories in places, where painful manipulations take place, smooth out physical and psychological discomfort.
The role of decoration in children’s medical institutions is especially important: interactive design of wards and corridors, wall painting and stylization of medical equipment give free rein to imagination and create a play space around the child. Perceiving treatment as a game, little patients quickly get used to the clinic and do not experience fear of medical procedures.
What Design Errors Can Occur When Ordering from Non-Professionals?
When looking for a contractor to develop a clinic project, it is important not to go for bargain prices, but to choose professionals who are familiar with the specifics of healthcare. The design of medical facilities should be the main specialization of the company and not one of the many side jobs; an amateurish approach reduces the functionality of buildings and increases the costs associated with lost profits and penalties. We list the main problems faced by investors who entrusted the design of a medical institution to an incompetent performer:
- Poor choice of materials. In the decoration of medical premises, it is supposed to use moisture-resistant materials with a smooth surface, resistant to aggressive environments, otherwise, it will soon be necessary to start a new renovation.
- Layout of premises without taking into account the interaction of departments and algorithms for the actions of health workers. Non-functional interiors and irrational staff movement patterns make it difficult to monitor the condition of patients and impede the timely provision of assistance.
- Outdated architectural and planning solutions. Typical projects based on a two-corridor system, have long lost their relevance. The costs of building and operating a high-rise overall building pay off slowly, bulky structures make it difficult to arrange access roads and natural light and limit the possibility of modernization.
- Violation of the ergonomics of space. Incorrect placement of equipment complicates examination and manipulation, causes overwork and irritation of doctors, and causes unnecessary inconvenience to patients.
- Penalties for violation of sanitary and hygienic norms and technological standards. It is difficult for a non-specialist to understand the conflicting requirements of the law, but for supervisory authorities, this is not an argument, and sanctions affect not only the wallet but also the reputation.
Why is it Profitable for You to Order a Clinic Project and Design from Us?
The construction company Euromed-Bud is a recognized expert in the design, renovation and modernization of medical institutions in Warsaw and its suburbs. By ordering a project for a clinic, hospital or private doctor’s office from us, you will receive an effective integrated solution that will strengthen your position in the medical services market.
A deep understanding of modern medical technologies allows us to fulfil large-scale orders in a short time and keep prices at an acceptable level. We are open to original ideas and reasonable compromises. Our clients have the right to count on comprehensive support and comfortable conditions for cooperation:
- we work at a convenient time for you, including overtime and on weekends;
- we independently prepare the workplace and clean up after ourselves;
- we supply reliable certified materials at favourable prices;
- we provide a rationale for the estimate and consider the possibilities of optimization – no mark-ups, hidden surcharges and imposed services;
- we obtain permits without delays;
- we constantly improve our skills and put into practice the advanced achievements of medical architecture and ergonomics.
Euromed-Bud means professionalism, integrity and transparency at every stage of the project implementation, responsibility for the result and a guarantee for all types of work. Engineers are engaged in project design, designers are engaged in interior design, and experienced craftsmen with licenses and permits work in renovation teams, but the client has the final decision. If you are ready to start designing a stylish, modern and ergonomic clinic, leave a request on the company’s website: a free first consultation will clarify the situation and outline the path to prosperity!
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