Outpatient clinic of the future for Gelderse Vallei hospital
This week Gelderse Vallei Hospital in Ede and Strukton Worksphere signed a contract for the renovation of all its outpatient clinics. In the coming two years, the outpatient clinics in the hospital will be modified to meet the wishes and requirements of the future. The first refurbishments start in the outpatient clinics of cardiology, oncology, neurology, surgery and the preoperative clinic. The outpatients will continue to operate during the refurbishment. Security for patients and visitors has priority during this renovation.
The phased approach of Strukton Worksphere and the attention to security and quality will minimise inconvenience and guarantee continuity of the care. A permanent implementation team from Strukton Worksphere will implement the modifications to the outpatient clinics based on the LEAN philosophy. The supply routes through the hospital, transport with closed containers and roll containers: everything is aimed to prevent inconvenience from noise, vibrations or dust. Because care services must continue. Comfort and security for patients, visitors and staff have top priority during this renovation.
An integral technical team from Strukton Worksphere, in which electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, control and architectural expertise is guaranteed, specialised in safe and well-organised implementation in health care institutions. Continuity of the care services and minimising any factors creating inconvenience are our starting points. With the start of the outpatient clinic of the future, Gelderse Vallei Hospital is taking a new step to the best care in a healthy building.
Gelderse Vallei contract signing
Dik van Starkenburg, president of the Board Gelderse Vallei Hospital, and Bert Haan, regional director Noord-Oost Strukton Worksphere, shake hands on this project for the outpatient clinics of the future (from left to right)