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Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building

  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.
  • Christchurch Hospital Acute Services Building - A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital.

"A hospital in the park, the park in the hospital."

Chow:Hill was the lead consultant involved in the business case for the $670M redevelopment of Christchurch and Burwood Hospitals. This led to our team’s appointment as architects and health planners for the new Acute Services Building at Christchurch Hospital (together with Warren & Mahoney and Thinc Health, collectively known as Katoa Health Design). When completed the project will provide 413 in-patient beds, 12 operating theatres, a 48-bed ICU, and radiology and emergency department. Support facilities will include the sterile services unit, as well as staff amenities and offices. This new state-of-the-art health facility will offer eight 32-bed in-patient wards, a specialised oncology unit, and two 24-bed paediatric wards, in addition to a 21-bed haematology ward (bone marrow transplant unit), with nine associated day spaces, and a 10-bed child oncology ward, with six associated day spaces. Many of the spaces, including the innovative linear multi bed rooms, were developed through intensive consultation and prototyping. This building sets the benchmark for the next generation of hospital buildings in New Zealand.

Construction will be complete in late 2018.

You can watch progress of the hospital’s construction through the CDHB webcam link.


Contact Darryl Carry