Development of Badr University Hospital – Helwan University
The project includes development works for existing dilapidated buildings, in addition to the construction of new buildings and units, and the addition of all facilities and networks for utilities (electricity, gas, air conditioning).
Badr Hospital was opened in 2009 as a hospital followed to the Ministry of Health and as one of the hospitals providing medical services to new residents communities with a capacity of 100 beds.
Number of working beds 36 beds in 2013.
Number of working beds 65 beds in 2015.
Beginning of planning for development in December 2014.
The work was divided into two stages to ensure the operation of the hospital and not to close it .
The expected cost of development is 320 million pounds.
Development and expansion of the entire infrastructure of the hospital, such as HVAC systems , electricity network,medical gas systems, fire fighting systems . The development of kitchen, sterilization and washing is being carried out to keep up with the current development.
Increase the number of beds by 100 beds to be the capacity of the hospital 136 beds.
Increasing the operating rooms to seven instead of two to include three big operating rooms for the required specialties such as transplantation, open heart and bones and the capsule system was used to ensure good sterilization and non-pollution.
Provide a catheter room and its own special care.
Increase care rooms to 20 beds instead of 6 beds.
Provide two speculum rooms.
Increase clinics to 15 clinics instead of 9 clinics and insert new specialties such as chemotherapy for tumors.
Increasing the radiology rooms to 5 rooms instead of one room, and the supply and installation of a CT scan and X-ray and is currently working.
Provide four classrooms for students of the Faculty of Medicine «and connect them with television in the Faculty of Medicine and operating rooms and provided a cafeteria for students.
Provide cafeterias for clinics, waiting rooms and staying rooms, as well as all services according to standards.