A sustainable hospital starts with greening a building to create healthy environments for people. For medical staff to perform optimally and faster patient recovery, as well as reducing impact on our planet. Renewable energy sources, energy-efficient installations and circular building materials are instrumental in minimising the footprint of any new build, extension or renovation project. Renewable energy sources, energy-efficient installations and circular building materials are instrumental in minimising the footprint of any new build, extension or renovation project.
Likewise, the installation design is crucial for creating an environment that minimises stress and maximises health and wellbeing for staff, patients and their loved ones through optimised lighting, air quality and indoor gardens that limit humidification and provide a healing environment for all.
Operating Room Digital Twin
Deerns OR Digital Twin is specifically designed for surgery rooms (ORs).
Transitioning to renewable energy, away from fossil fuels is crucial to significantly reduce CO2 emissions.
Medical Systems Design
Health care facilities require a high level of quality, safety, and operational reliability.
Sustainable buildings offer improved well-being for occupants, the nearby community, and society.
Here’s where quality care led to Jennifer’s speedy recovery
The hospital environment has a direct influence on patient car and wellbeing. The Isala Hospital in the Netherlands was designed to meet the highest standards in sustainability, energy efficiency, hygiene, flexibility, comfort and wellbeing of staff. Deerns had a key role in its realisation by designing the almost zero-carbon, BREEAM Excellent-certified building installations, applying smart technology to both save energy and increase the efficiency and quality of care. The building installations contribute to creating an environment that minimises and prevents the stress that people feel when they visit the hospital, providing value-based healthcare