Health buildings case studies
The Heart of Hounslow polyclinic brings preventative health and social care services closer to the community.
This elegant building for a small-scale rural health centre makes the most of its woodland setting, providing a high quality and welcoming surgery for the local community.
The Waldron Health Centre provides joined-up and patient-focused primary healthcare, and is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the UK.
Kentish Town Health Centre in central London houses a large GP practice, and a range of other health facilities including children’s services, breast screening, dentistry and mental health.
Maggie’s London, designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, was completed in 2008 and won the Stirling Prize for Architecture in 2009.
A uplifting environment for patients, staff and visitors which survived the procurement process due to a close relationship between the client and the delivery team.
Building upon the success of the Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic building and completing a wider development programme for Central Middlesex Hospital.
Combining an under fives children's centre and a nursery attached to a primary school in a child-friendly single storey block.
This pioneering building allows children and their carers to access a range of services in a contemporary building which gives a sleek and colourful focal point to a busy thoroughfare.
The Design Quality Indicator (DQI) assessment developed a shared understanding among stakeholders of the design for the Maples Respite Centre and of each others’ perspectives.
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