Bagdasar Arseni & Grigore Alexandrescu hospitals

Place Bucarest
Country Romania
Client Ministry of Health with funding from the World Bank
Team Politecnica Ingegneria e Architettura
Assignment Preliminary, definitive, detailed design phases for architecture, structures, MEP, health and safety coordination in the design and construction phases, site supervision
Dates of services 2018
Project area 20.000 m2

The Project

The overall target of the project developed by Politecnica is to upgrade the existing network of Burn Centres in Romania, assisting the client all through the process for the construction of two new integrated centres at Bagdasar Arseni and Grigore Alexandrescu hospital complexes site.

After drafting the detailed analysis of the two hospital complexes state, including the assessment of the needs and the services offered, Politecnica provided two concept options per facility with comparative analysis of the different proposals, to assist the client in selecting the best solution.

Proposed interventions on the two hospitals

Once defined the best option, the consultancy activity is complemented by the Functional Plan covering all the departments in the two facilities  – particularly Emergency, Intensive Care and Surgery – and the technical and financial documents drafted for the works, in compliance with the regulations governing the Building Process in Romania.

In Bagdasar-Arseni Hospital, in addition to the construction of a new Burn Center, U.T.S., Surgery and Emergency Departments, the patient flows will be redesigned to optimize the functional areas layout and connection. The new area dedicated to the Burn Centre will house 6 beds for critical patients, 6 beds for intermediate and post-critical intensive care, 5 beds for microsurgery, an intensive care unit with 26 beds, a surgical block with 7 operating theatres and an emergency department to handle over 100,000 cases per year. Plant facilities and enlarged parking areas are also provided for in the project.

The Grigore Alexandrescu Children’s Hospital will house a new Burn Center for children, properly connected to the  hospital through redesigned healthcare path flows, offering effective and high-standard medical assistance. The areas for acute patients, emergency/intensive care and operating theatres will thus be grouped together.

The new Centre will accommodate 15 critical patients, 10 beds for intermediate and post-critical intensive care, 10 beds for microsurgery and reconstructive surgery, a 30 beds intensive care unit and a surgical block with 6 operating theatres. The new Emergency Room will be integrated into the emergency line of the hospital complex.

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