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end to end solution for better healthcare

why hdp

Shaping better healthcare for our patients and their families means putting their needs at the centre of all our design work. We develop people-centric solutions to make sure our projects have long-term resiliency, aligned with our clients’ vision and model of care.

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General Hospitals

With experience in healthcare facility development, HDP provides unparalleled project management services in the region. We work closely with our clients, clinicians, designers and contractors to ensure our facilities are safe, fit for purpose and financially sustainable.

Laboratories and Blood Banks

HDP approaches strategic healthcare planning through evidence-based studies, medical needs assessments and various feasibility studies. Our team of multidisciplinary clinical and technical advisory professionals build on this to support our clients in defining the long-term needs of patients and developing solutions fit for the future.

Healthcare facility design demands the seamless integration

Healthcare facility design demands the integration of health and master planning from clinical professionals, architects, and engineers. From formulating the needs statement, assembly of a multidisciplinary team, preparation and execution of master planning, to the design of built facilities, HDP delivers end-to-end services at world-class standards.

HDP has the experience, market knowledge

Our team of specialist clinical interior designers has a thorough understanding of the unique needs of healthcare environments and their space requirements. From clinics, laboratories, and specialist healthcare wards to complete hospitals, HDP has the experience, local market knowledge and advanced tools to develop and execute a holistic interior design process fit for a healthcare facility’s style and brand.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Keeping healthcare facilities resilient and future-proofed requires flexibility, foresight and a wealth of data to build adaptable buildings that are fit for tomorrow’s world. Using smart systems and ICT, our team of experienced architects, engineers and clinical professionals design and plan reliable and resilient infrastructure that can support technologically advanced procedures and equipment.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

HDP has planned, designed and executed some of the most complex healthcare systems in the region, ensuring maximum comfort and optimising projects for the longevity of asset life and return on investment. Our team has built efficient building systems required for daily operations, such as heating and ventilation, and specialist systems, like humidity and infection control and gas distribution.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Medical equipment planning demands expertise on design standards, precise installation measures, and the environmental conditions needed to ensure smooth operations, 24-hours a day. HDP has more than 30 years of experience in the field and access to the latest technology to optimise healthcare operations.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Healthcare facilities require reliable and resilient engineering systems, such as infrastructure and organisational practices, to ensure the safety of patients and to support the long-term lifespan of built-up assets. HDP develops a strategic approach using new technologies and strategies to promote sustainability and implements best practices in line with the planned funding.

types of projects

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

A hospital’s goal is to save lives, although its services can vary greatly depending on the facility’s size and location. Hospitals typically have a range of departments that can be categorized into intensive and non-intensive care units. Intensive care units deal with emergencies, serious illnesses, and injuries. Non-intensive care units include things like childbirth, surgery, and rehabilitation.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Blood is essential for human life, and it can’t be fully synthesized – only donated. These facilities allow donors to give blood while also storing and sorting it into components to supply the patients who need it. Sometimes patients need specific components and sometimes they just need lots of blood. For example, a single traffic accident patient could require as much as 50 litres of blood.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Clinics and medical offices are facilities for diagnosing and treating outpatients. These healthcare facilities can be a physician’s private practice, a group practice setting or a corporately owned clinic that may be connected to a larger healthcare system or hospital.
The goal of these clinics is to give people preventative care and important medical and dental diagnoses with as much convenience as possible.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Diabetes is a serious and widespread illness. Many people have diabetes and don’t know it. Additionally, large parts of the population are at risk for diabetes, in a condition called prediabetes. Diabetes education centers help patients manage their disease or people at risk to avoid it. Patients with kidney disease often need regular dialysis, to filter and clean the blood artificially—the work functioning kidneys normally take on.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Hospices are specific healthcare facilities that specialise in end-of-life care. They provide not only medical support, but also emotional and even spiritual support for patients and their families. Care homes offer a living situation for patients whose medical needs aren’t severe enough for hospitals but are too serious to manage at home. Some may be younger patients with serious long-term illnesses who need professional care.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

A birthing centre aims to create an environment that feels more comfortable to the mother and allows for a cost-effective, family-inclusive birth. Birth centres are not typically equipped with the same contingency equipment and staff as a hospital, such as surgeons in case of a C-section or neonatal intensive care units. As a result, birth centres accommodate only healthy pregnancies without any known risk or complication factors.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

These facilities offer diagnostic imaging services to patients, including CT scans, ultrasound, X-rays, MRIs and more. These outpatient facilities help keep costs lower and allow more convenient scheduling for patients. Hospitals will likely still handle imaging for urgent cases; but imaging that can be scheduled in advance, such as ultrasounds to monitor a pregnancy, could take place at an imaging center.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Mental health treatment facilities exist to assist patients through different stages of their healing processes. At the acute-care level, there are mental health wards in hospitals, as well as hospitals specifically devoted to mental health and long-term care facilities. Addiction treatment centers typically deal with drug and alcohol addictions, as well as problematic behavioral addictions like gambling.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Orthopedic medicine deals in everything from athletic injuries to therapy for patients with disabilities. They typically offer evaluation and diagnosis of the problem, as well as prevention and treatment. Rehabilitation centers help restore patients’ abilities after an illness or injury. Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are all processes that help people gain or regain skills they need in daily life.

HDP has planned, designed, and execute

Urgent care facilities exist for on-demand healthcare needs that aren’t severe enough for the emergency room but are too severe or concerning to wait for a scheduled appointment at the doctor’s office. Urgent care is a common choice when children get sick, for example, and need an immediate diagnosis or relief from symptoms. The providers in this sector are experts in acute care.