HOSPITALS CAN BE STRESSFUL AND INTIMIDATING PLACES, BUT WE KNOW THAT BETTER ENVIRONMENTS SECURE BETTER HEALTH OUTCOMES. Andrew Smith, head of healthcare
Healthcare buildings are the places where many of us will experience life’s most profound events and yet they are also complex technological facilities which have to operate efficiently.
Our designs pay close attention to clinical effectiveness and efficiency but they always prioritise people - patients, their visitors and the staff who care for them.
Watch latest video by BDP about our Award winning Alder Hey Children's Health Park in Liverpool.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Plans for a major new treatment and research facility at the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton have been given the green light.
Adrian Hitchcock shares his expertise on designing for seamless emergency care, drawing on projects the Grange University Hospital in Wales and Wexham Park Hospital, in Health Estate Journal.
Wexham Park Hospital’s new Emergency Assessment Centre has been shortlisted for Building Magazine’s project of the year.
BDP has secured planning permission for a new £150m biomedical centre in Manchester for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
BDP is a bronze sponsor of this year’s European Healthcare Design conference on the theme of blurring the boundaries and designing place-based health systems.
Healthcare architects present at the Healthy City Design conference at the Royal College of Physicians.
Architect associate Vicky Casey will present at 16.55 on the first day of this year’s Healthcare Estates conference and exhibition.