The Multi-Disciplinary Training Centre is the technology showpiece of the Sydney Adventist Hospital. The Centre has purpose built joinery to house the state of the art technology comprising multiple screen displays which can be used to analyse data from multiple sources. Works included construction of meeting rooms, extensive joinery for kitchens and maintenance spaces, training room with seating for up to 30 people and associated collaborative multi screen technology. Also included in the scope was the supply and installation of a specialist technology-based table to seat 20 people, chairs to seat 30 people and a glass whiteboard.
Sydney Adventist Hospital MDT & HUB
185 Fox Valley Rd, Wahroonga NSW 2076
Completed March 2017
Multi - Disciplinary Training Centre
Main Hub/Entry area
As the first point of contact for visitors and patients the Main Hub/ Entry area sets the tone for the rest of the hospital.
During the design phase of the works, emphasis was placed on completing the works within budget. Careful materials selections ensured that the completed area maintained design intent while remaining within the cost plan. HPAC delivered the supply and installation of all FF&E and joinery related to the PAC relocation, construction of bathroom facilities, completion of the cold shell retail spaces – ready to be fitted-out by incoming tenants, and the fit-out of new pharmacy front of house space to face the new entry “street”.
As the hospital is an occupied environment, HPAC identified areas for redirection of services, thereby minimising disruptions to hospital operations and providing cost savings for the project.
Stage 2 involved the completion of permanent reception area, designed to be the first port of call for patients and visitors to the hospital. The area includes a feature wall and donor wall, new wall, floor and ceiling finishes, new reception related FF&E including joinery and seating and modifications to fire and electrical services in live areas of the hospital.
The works necessitated modifications to fire and electrical services in live areas of the hospital. Working with the hospitals infection control team, HPAC ensured that theatre’s remained fully functional and that staff and patients were not inconvenienced in any way.