Global events of the last two years and their effects on the health and aged care sectors have meant that nurses, clinicians and operational teams all over the world have been required to surpass the expectations anyone ever imagined.
Health care will face substantial challenges transitioning to a net zero future, but those challenges must be faced sooner rather than later.
Zip HydroTap UltraCare uses a multi-barrier approach with several systematic and localised controls to reduce waterborne organisms and pathogens including Legionella.
Camfil Airepure FOCUS ultraclean ventilation (UCV) systems cater to a range of operating theatre requirements.
Innovative design embraces residents' diversity, defies ageism and embeds community and sense of place.
A global study has revealed that establishing 'COVID-19-free' areas in hospitals for surgical patients could save lives during additional waves of the pandemic.
Forbo Flooring Systems' Eternal range is a high-quality, heterogeneous sheet vinyl floor covering that fits general-purpose needs, including those within hospital environments.
Designed and constructed to deal with extreme events, teams within Royal Adelaide Hospital have delivered world-leading health outcomes during the pandemic.
Desert Rose House is designed to help ageing populations live comfortably, independently and easily. Team Leader Clayton McDowell says the simple things can make a big difference.
First State Super has demonstrated its commitment to the lives of healthcare workers by announcing 55 new key worker affordable rental units near Melbourne's CBD.
With the healthcare sector being responsible for 7% of all carbon emissions in Australia, the case for change is clear.
As our world becomes more connected, advanced technology has extended beyond patient medical care and into the hospital infrastructure itself.
Dubbed a "sustainability superstar" by a national property awards judging panel, the $1.8 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital is setting the standard for green health care in Australia.
Incorporating nature into the design of healthcare facilities aids in the healing process of patients.
Manufacturers of superabsorbent products used in health- and aged-care facilities, such as incontinence pads, are using sustainable materials.