The multi-speciality private hospital opens its doors this month (January 2024), and will include 50 private inpatient beds, 16 private day-case beds, and four operating theatres. It will offer outpatient services, including consultation rooms, an imaging suite, and a fully equipped day-case unit with outpatient chemotherapy and radiotherapy services.
The Harborne Hospital has been built is in partnership with University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, and will provide additional capacity for NHS patients on dedicated floors.
Bender has installed resilient medical IT Power (IPS) across the hospital to support two endoscopy rooms, the six-bed Intensive Treatment Unit, and the operating theatres. The company is also supplying and commissioning equipment in the four theatres, including Bender CP9 theatre control panels, Merivaara Q-Flow advanced surgical lights, and full integration of audio-visual equipment, including HD cameras mounted within the lights and viewing screens. Mult-imovement ceiling-mounted service pendants will supply medical gases, power, and data alongside the operating tables and intensive care beds.
One of the theatres is a hybrid operating facility where Bender is providing a complex medical technology integration system with third-party devices, including Siemens equipment.