The Hospital Construction Companies in India has developed specific know-how in the design and construction of public and private hospitals, clinics and nursing homes as well as in the redevelopment and modernization of existing structures.
The numerous works carried out have allowed them to develop in-depth experiences in the design and construction of hospital sectors with a high concentration of technology, such as image departments, operating blocks, intensive care and conventional radiotherapy.
Space distribution and standard furnishings of a hospital room
Among the minimum supplies of furniture components for hospital wards are prescribed beds, cradles for babies and fixed sanitary furnishings for the toilets. Configurations can be single – stay or multiple-stay.
In the latter case, when creating a Hospital Design Plan, it is also necessary to provide dividing elements capable of separating the patients, without preventing the staff from having the whole situation under control. Furthermore, the size and the arrangement of the furnishings change if the user is disabled and needs to move with a wheelchair.
In addition, the facilities vary for the resuscitation and intensive care areas, in which a different type of bed is expected.
In fact, the medical and paramedical staff must be in a position to be able to follow the other patients while assisting one in particular. The rooms can also be arranged with more than four beds.
When designing these areas, it must be taken into account that the patient is bedridden, continuously monitored and connected to life support equipment, hooked to a bed head channel and ceiling.
Large plant equipment requires an increase in surfaces and heights. Furthermore, access to the rooms is limited by aseptic measures and can also include filter areas in which to dress.
In the hospitalization areas connected to the birth block, in addition to the standard equipment, an additional provision of space is also required to favour the rooming-in of new-borns.
In standard hospital rooms with a single bed, adequate space must be provided for the presence of a second bed or a sofa bed in which an accompanying person can sleep. This is especially essential in pediatric wards. Consult Health Care Equipment & Services Companies to get an appropriate Hospital Building Plan designed as per your requirements.
In addition to the hospital bed, a hospital room must be equipped with wardrobes and bedside tables that can be fixed through the internal partitions or furniture of industrial production.
Furthermore, suitable separating elements must also be provided between one bed and another which can be both simple separation curtains and real closing elements. In the second case, natural light must also be provided to the bed furthest from the window.
For the purposes of privacy, the entrance area to the room should be structured in such a way as to shield the patient from the gaze of passers-by in the corridors with the door open, while always ensuring the transitability of vehicles on wheels (stretchers and chairs).
It is considered necessary to allow a personalization of the space, guaranteeing a greater similarity of the elements of domestic furniture, also in consideration of the fact that these spaces are intended for people who have greater difficulty in adapting to new environments.