Being in mixed-sex wards can be difficult for some patients and we understand this, which is why we have developed a range of high quality, cost effective solutions that allow treatment of all patients in privacy and with dignity.
Our range of solutions provides an efficient, fast and cost effective method of helping NHS hospitals meet their commitment for single sex wards.
Solutions range from multi-bed wards to Approved Document M (mobility) single bed en suite rooms. Designed with complete flexibility, they can be up to three stories or more. Alternatively, they can be supplied in fewer storeys with the option to easily add more at a later date.
What our clients have to say
“We have been delighted with the professionalism and expertise provided by Elliott on this complex build programmes. Their experience in the healthcare sector was a definite advantage and meant that they could handle all aspects of the project through to handover.”
Malcolm Miller, Capital Projects Manager – The Trust
The new Maple Ward, commissioned by Scarborough and North East Yorkshire NHS Trust, consist of seven three-bed wards along with seven Approved Document M (Mobility) single bed en suite rooms.
- Additional facilities include:
- Quiet room for patients
- Changing and rest rooms for staff
The Maple Ward forms part of the Trusts commitment to move to single-sex wards. [read more]
The lightweight nature of our modular ward solution means that fewer heavy masonry based foundations are required. This reduces loading on underground services such as medical gasses and utilities often found within the hospital environment.
- Quality of build
Our system creates high quality patient and visitor facilities due to the modules being created in our ISO9001 factory controlled environment, creating a positive, lasting impression.
- Speed of construction
Modular construction means the ward can be completed quicker and more efficiently, which means less disruption to existing hospital facilities.
Choosing a modular system means that it can be specified fully compliant with Health Technical Memoranda (HTM) and Health Building Notes (HBN) standards as well as all other health and building regulations.
Our modular construction systems has regularly been used to achieve the higher levels of BREEAM, the UK’s environmental assessment method and rating system for buildings. Modular construction also reduces both journeys to site and the amount of waste created compared to conventional build.