Healthcare

Healthcare 

While striving to keep in step with the fast pace of technological innovations, healthcare professionals must reconcile the expectations of patients in terms of comfort and services provision, the requirements of staff, risk management, and the optimisation of infrastructure operation.

Thanks to its cross-disciplinary teams (biomedical engineers, programme managers, information systems experts, etc.) Artelia meets all these challenges, with the aim of designing the digital hospital of the 21st century. 

In the past few years, Artelia has been involved in numerous projects to renovate or build new public hospitals, private clinics and nursing homes, either acting as overall project manager or providing technical design services alongside the architects. 

Our thorough knowledge of this sector of activity and of users’ requirements enables us to submit a comprehensive tender including funding, design/construction and operation of the facilities.

New Caledonia | Nouméa

The Nouville private hospital complex, located on a stunning site, groups together three clinics in the Nouméa area, each of which has a specific medical function.

France | Nantes

The project consists in designing and building a university hospital complex on a 10-hectare site on the “Ile de Nantes”. This new hospital will replace the two existing facilities: Hôtel Dieu university and maternity hospital, and Laennec Hospital.

Brazil | São Paolo

ARTELIA was providing Construction Management services for the renovation and expansion of the INCOR (Heart Institute) hospital, serving the São Paulo University Medical School as a teaching and research facility.

France | Paris

The new hospital in Gonesse has opened its doors to its first patients. The new building, specialising in medicine, surgery and obstetrics, has a floor area of more than 80,000 m2 and a capacity of 640 beds.

United Kingdom | Surrey

Artelia is working closely with Trust stakeholders to implement and manage a £28m estates rationalisation programme that will re-focus the Trust’s acute hospital sites on patient care.