ARCHITECTURE: Health Building or Project

Queens Quay House

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Located within the Queens Quay development in Clydebank, Queens Quay House which welcomed its first residents in December 2020, is the second of two residential care home projects undertaken for West Dunbartonshire Council. Of similar scale to its twin, Crosslet House Care Home, the £14 million state of the art care facility provides 84 residential bed spaces together with a 50-person daycare centre. The building has one 14-bedroom flat and seven 10-bedroom flats with each resident having their own en-suite […]

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Royal Hospital for Children & Young People and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences

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The reprovision of services from the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People (RHCYP), Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences (DCN) in a single building adjoining the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE) at Little France. HLM delivered NHS Lothian’s vision to create one inspiring space bringing together outpatient and inpatient facilities for paediatric care, specialist neonatal care, neurosciences and adult and children’s emergency departments, creating a centre of excellence for staff and patients […]

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Elgin & Appin Ward (Stobhill Mental Health Estate)

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The new Stobhill Mental Health Estate was conceived during a time where the understanding of the pressure on mental health services throughout the UK was growing. As part of their wider mental health services strategy (NHS GG+C) proposed to re-provide a 20-bed adult facility (AAU) to replace existing facilities at Parkhead Hospital, and a 20-bed elderly ward (CCC) that would replace an element of the bed capacity at Birdston Nursing Home. Both were to be supplemented with associated staff and […]

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NHS Louisa Jordan Hospital

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On 11 March 2020, COVID-19 was classified by the World Health Organisation as a global pandemic. As part of the Scottish Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic a temporary hospital was considered, to be delivered by the Scottish Government in conjunction with NHS National Services Scotland (NHSNSS). The resultant hospital – known as the NHS Louisa Jordan Hospital – is a step-down facility for patients recovering from COVID-19. The priority of 300 beds were made available by mid-April 2020, with […]

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