Acute Care describes treatment of patient’s within a hospital or day procedure setting. The range of these facilities is from a single endoscopy unit to a major trauma hospital undertaking all medical and surgical care including major trauma cases.
Every Acute Care facility is unique to its community, specialties and location. One size does NOT fit all. We collaborate with our clients and stakeholders to establish design principles for the facility to ensure that the patients, staff and community needs and expectations are met.
As architects, designers and health planners we bring a broad range of experience in Acute Care projects to delivery exemplary outcomes. We create and delivery functional design solutions with technical expertise, flexibility and future expansion capacity.
Salutogensis describes to design that focuses on creating an environment supporting of human health and well-being and is concerned with the relationship between health, stress and coping.
HSPC Health Architects have extensive experience in incorporating salutogenic principles into an impressive number of acute care facilities in urban and regional location in Australia and overseas. Projects include The Alfred Hospital (Victoria), South West Healthcare (Victoria), Prince Court Medical Centre (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) and the Oasis Hospital in Al Ain (UAE).