Three HOK Projects Honored at Inaugural European Healthcare Design Awards
Three healthcare facilities were recognized during the European Healthcare Design Congress 2016 awards ceremony in London.
The HOK-designed Shanghai International Hospital (above) won the Future Healthcare Design Award, and St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London received the NHS Healthcare Design Award. Singapore’s first “hospital within a city,” Ng Teng Fong General Hospital & Jurong Community Hospital, was highly commended in the Healthcare Design category for projects over 25,000 square meters.
St Bartholomew’s Hospital Redevelopment and King George V Building
“At HOK, we strive to provide effective environments for staff, patients and their families with designs that support the delivery of high-quality healthcare treatment,” said Allison Wagner, regional Healthcare leader. “We work with diverse healthcare clients around the world. It’s wonderful to see a cross-section of our latest projects recognized by this prestigious awards program.”
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital
The European Healthcare Design Awards celebrate the highest levels of professional excellence within healthcare design in Europe and across the world, recognizing developments that enable the best primary, secondary and tertiary care, and transform the services of the healthcare provider.