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The Indus Hospital - Expansion

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Transcript of The Indus Hospital - Expansion

The Indus Hospital

Indus at a glance….
Collaborations, Alliances
& Partnerships
Unique Features at Indus
Cash-less
Self sustainable model
Replicable model
Cutting edge health delivery technologies
Shariah compliant financial modeling
Research and Education
Health Statistics for Pakistan
The Journey
THE FUTURE
The Dream
MISSION
With the sole motivation of
pleasing ALLAH
SwT,
the Indus Hospital will enhance the
Islamic value of service to humanity at large.

VISION
Focus on providing excellence-driven,
as stipulated in the Islamic concept of Ehsan,
comprehensive, free of cost and
unconditional healthcare to the
creations of Allah SubhanuaTa’ala.

Be a not-for-profit entity and be funded through
activities of a
WAQF
, donations in the form of
Zakat
,
Khairat
,
Sadaqat
and
sharing of excess wealth with the
Ummah
.
Set up in 2007
150 bed hospital
50 Faculty
10 training programs
Outreach (PIB, CCH, Bhong)

Yearly outpatients = 197,000
Yearly ER visits = 165,000
Yearly patient admissions = 12,000
Yearly surgeries = 8,000
Current yearly expense =
Rs 86 Crores
Quality Care - Free of Cost
Build a Health system to provide

The Originator of the heavens and the earth. When HE decrees a matter,
HE only says to it: "Be!“ – and it is.
(Al Baqarah, 117)

The Indus Hospital



Quality Care – Free of Cost
Please ToAllah
WHO data
The Facility
Figures
Current
Post Expansion
150 Bedded Hospital
9 Bedded Emergency Room
1000 Out-Patients per day
30 In-Patients per day
1500
Beds
104
Bedded ER
5500
Patients per day
371
Patients per day
Expansion Plan
Vision continuity…
Ensuring Self-Sustainability

Endowment Funds

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it is about learning how to dance in the rain.

PWA
Paperless
Features
Quality Care - Free of Cost
INDUS ACADEMIC MEDICAL CAMPUS
[ ]
compassionate, quality
HEALTHCARE
free of cost to those in need
state-of-the-art
ACADEMIC MEDICAL CAMPUS
BENCHMARK
KEY PROJECTS + concepts
| people-centric | healing environment | engaging communities |
| hassle-free hospital | sustainable design | innovative design |
sustainable design . people-centric
healing environment . engaging communities . hassle-free hospital
KHOO TECK PUAT HOSPITAL . singapore
NG TENG FONG GENERAL HOSPITAL & JURONG COMMUNITY HOSPITAL . singapore
innovative building design . people-centric
healing environment . hassle-free hospital . sustainable design
| world-class healthcare | international standard medical planning |
| appropriated for local application | innovative building design |
WORKSHOP [1] +[2]
PROJECT INITIATION
Hospital program
Data gathering
Research & Benchmarking
Brief formulation
Schedule of Accommodation
Identifying medical planning components/ departments
WORKSHOP [3]
VALUE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
Understanding the site
SWOT Analysis
Broad master plan concept
Master plan options
Preferred master plan option
WORKSHOP [4] + [5]
MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT
Development of preferred option
Phasing Strategy
Review of Project Brief
Validation of master plan development
Departmental Adjacency
WORKSHOP [6] +[7]
SCHEMATIC DESIGN CONCEPT
Validation of Medical planning
Departmental flow
Validation of Phasing Strategy
Preliminary facade design concept
WORKSHOP 8
M&E CONCEPT
Review of M&E design concept
Validation of proposed concept for M&E systems
WORKSHOP 9
FACADE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
Review of facade design options
Preferred option of facade design
THE NEXT STEPS
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

TENDER DOCUMENTATION

CONSTRUCTION
GUIDING PRINCIPLES
MASTER PLAN VISION
DESIGN OBJECTIVES
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital . singapore
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital & Jurong Community Hospital . singapore
DESIGN PROCESS
green + blue network
sky garden as borrowed green
zoning
ENVIRONMENT
Sustainable growth
depends upon
reliable and adequate supplies of water

WATER CONSERVATION:
Adopting
NET ZERO WATER
strategies
Using
HIGH WATER SAVINGS FIXTURES & FITTINGS
to reduce water demand by additional 5-10%
Promote
WASTEWATER REUSE
, thus reduce the amount of wastewater generated and minimize the transfer to Karachi treatment plant

Three sources of water will be used :
Municipal water:
main water source for drinking purpose due to its cost effective solution
on-site Water Treatment Plant is required to meet WHO standard.

Treated wastewater
:
required Wastewater Treatment Plant with advance treatment technology for non-potable purposes.

Groundwater:

considered only as back-up or supplement source if other sources are not available
requires Groundwater Treatment Plant with Reverse Osmosis technology for water treatment
ENVIRONMENT
WATER
TOTAL MUNICIPAL WATER USE:
645K m3/ yr

WATER SAVINGS:
210K m3/ yr

WATER CONSUMPTION REDUCTION:
25%
LOGISTICS CONCEPTS
A Key Success Factor of Large Hospitals

Efficient Operations Support Functions:
Kitchen
CSSD
MMD
Pharmacy
Linen
Distribution Logistics

To enable frontline staff to focus on patient care

LOGISTICS HUB CONCEPT @basement 1
All support functions adjacent to one another to facilitate resource sharing:
Loading / unloading docks
Central screening of incoming goods
Materials deliveries to wards
Improve management and supervision
Major horizontal material movements in basement
Improved segregation of materials and people (patient/ visitors)

Major vertical material movements via Lifts
Minimize walking
LOGISTICS FLOW
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FEATURES
Solar studies, daylight, glare analysis and wind flow CFD simulations were used to optimize building form, façade design, daylight penetration and natural ventilation to come up with a building that provides the utmost occupant comfort at minimum energy and environmental impact.
Green features and innovation:
Building geometry [narrow floor plate] that reduces direct solar exposure while maximizing wind flow
Facade design [incorporating vertical and horizontal shading devices] that reduces heat gain but allows daylight penetration
Central courtyard for daylight and views
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FEATURES
Solar insolation analysis
Green features and innovation:
Efficient chiller plant and AHU design for minimal energy consumption
Optimal electrical lighting design and fixtures
Installation of renewable energy systems:
600kW solar panel
Wind turbine
Waste to energy co-generation plant

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FEATURES
DESIGN FEATURES
Natural Ventilation Analysis
Daylight & Glare analysis
Renewable Energy & Co-generation Power System
MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
DEVELOPMENT PHASING
PHASE 1
PHASE 2
PHASE 3
pedestrian network
jali as facade feature
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Integrated data monitoring system
PNEUMATIC TUBE SYSTEM
Fast and secure transportation of drugs, samples, etc.
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
Advanced fire alarm and sprinkler system to safeguard fire safety protection of staff and patients
MBR WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
Membrane technology for highly efficient waste treatment
VACUUM & COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM
Supply of medical air and vacuum
MEDICAL GAS SYSTEM
Essential supply and distribution of piped oxygen, nitrous oxide.
CHILLER PLANT SYSTEM
Energy efficient electric chiller and absorption chiller
MECHANICAL VENTILATION
Provide fresh air and exhaust air
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Reliable and durable High Voltage, Medium Voltage, and Low Voltage System
ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTING
HIgh efficient lighting i.e. LED, T5 lamp, etc.
PATIENT QUEUE SYSTEM
Assisted communication to facilitate a doctor or nurse in calling the next patient for consultation or treatment
NURSE CALL SYSTEM
Assisted communication to facilitate patients to call nurse for assistance when need arises
SECURITY SYSTEM
High level protection and safety to the hospital
Electrical Power System
Lighting System
Earthing & Lightning Protection System
Telephony System
Patient Queue System
Nurse Call System
Emergency Voice Communication/ Public Address
MATV System
Structured Cabling System
Security System
HOSPITAL
PHASE 1
MSCP+LAB
FEMALE
DORMITORY
HOSPITAL
PHASE 2
UNIVERSITY PHASE 1
MALE DORMITORY
MOSQUE
ENERGY CENTER
UNIVERSITY PHASE 2
UNIVERSITY PHASE 3
CONVENTION CENTER
HOSPITAL PHASE 3
SPORTS CENTER
The Indus Hospital



Quality Care - Free of cost
How You Can Support Us
The Indus Hospital’s expansion plan, with a capital outlay of over USD 500 Million,
will increase the capacity to 1,500+ beds over a 20 acre area of land during the next few years, and expand services to include:
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