New Operating Theatres for Bethesda Hoogeveen
Four new operating theatres. These will be completed from the beginning of 2018 at Bethesda hospital in Hoogeveen.
The current operating theatres are outdated. The new operating theatres will meet the needs and requirements of all types of operations. They will also be fitted with new equipment and technology so that Treant can continue to provide safe patient care in Hoogeveen in the future. The adjacent areas - such as offices, coffee area and storage - will also be renovated. The renovation of the operating theatres will cost 5 million euros.
Construction will start at the beginning of 2018. The necessary preparations will be made in the coming months. Construction will take place in phases. This means that the existing operating complex can continue to be used and surgery can proceed as usual in Bethesda hospital. The last operating theatre is expected to be completed in mid 2019.
Two operating theatres will be completed in an extension above the Radiology department. The other two will be on the site of the current operating theatres. Separate preparation areas will be created in the renovated complex. This will ensure that the new operating theatres are used better, with the four new rooms replacing the present five operating theatres.
Strukton Worksphere combines the disciplines construction, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and measuring and control techniques in an integral approach. This minimises the risk of disrupting daily operational activities and the care process. Smart, because the Operating Theatres are the heart of the hospital. Through the phased approach, Treant Zorggroep and Strukton Worksphere will create a modern and comfortable environment which prioritises continuity of care.