Cardiology Hospital

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Education about patient health issues is an important component of clinical care that leads to better outcomes. Knowledge enables and can enhance a patient's ability to understand the reasons and benefits of required tests and treatments. Enhancing human interaction and encouraging the participation of family and friends stay and accompaniment will enhance the emotional support often provided by those close to the patient which in turn supports increased interaction with caregivers and caregivers, and the patient will be more close and available to interact about therapeutic or emotional needs. Cardiovascular laboratories consist of two main components of testing and procedure, which are defined as surgical and non-surgical, defining the type of incoming patients and the type of their need and specifying the services needed to be available within the hospital during their stay, whether it is a day patient with a limited time or a resident patient who needs to be monitored. The CONCEPT of the project revolves around creating a comfortable environment, one of the incentives for healing and recovery, and breaking the feeling of malaise that follows the traditional patterns of this type of building, by creating spacious spaces not only for day users but also for residents, patients and workers, to be more like a recreation area and a social center as a health resort More than as a hospital, these are proactively recognized, in design to support dignity, privacy, voice control, comfort and enable the patient to recover during the stay. Contrary to the stereotypical closure in the quality of functional buildings, the attempt to create an environment and an open interior space as much as possible with direct contact on the outer perimeter and the landscape, by moving away from closed and long corridors and creating open interior spaces for sitting and waiting with a beacon with natural lighting, and paying attention to the plant element Inside and outside the project, which reduces the intensity of the indoor waiting atmosphere and creates a less strict comfortable atmosphere. Dividing the project into two parts according to the type of employees and the length of their stay, to a day area in which services and medical operations are provided to facilitate access to their facilities and reduce their movement and stress in proportion to their health condition. It is characterized by open waiting areas and clarity in the division of jobs so that the expatriate is more able to read his surroundings and Responding to the treatment requirements with a central void along the floors that acts as the heart of the vertical movement that pumps the arrivals between the floors. While the hotel character as a resort is reflected in the patients’ sleeping area by providing different distributions to suit the patient and the VIP suite, with private balconies for each room and open seating areas for external scenes and Almost empty corridors, in addition to providing physical health facilities such as a gym, physiotherapy and an indoor swimming pool. As for the external facades, most of the facade is covered with stone and cement to reduce heat gain due to exposure to the sun enough to provide adequate daytime interior lighting, and defining the entrance area with a shaded glass facade, most of the facade is covered with stone and cement to reduce heat gain due to exposure to the sun enough to provide lighting A suitable daytime interior, defining the entrance area with a shaded glass facade.