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Photo: Tomas Riehle

University Hospital Düsseldorf
Centre for Surgical Medicine II (ZOM II)

Competition 1st prize 

Client: Construction and Real Estate Association of North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf
Services: Architectural services, phases 2 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2014
Gross floor area: 49,102 m²
Awards: 2011 Healthcare Application Award "Best Healthcare Concept", AIT magazine

Convergence of Key Clinics
The new construction of the Centre for Surgical Medicine II centralises important clinical functions and networks the decentralised clinics for improved and more efficient patient care. The building follows the main access route of the university hospital. It achieves the functional and structural convergence of the neurosurgery, emergency and hand surgery, ENT, ophthalmology, jaw and facial plastic surgery and orthopaedic clinics. In addition, an interdisciplinary emergency department optimises multiple trauma care.

The two-storey, linear entry hall along the main hall is the hub for patient and visitor traffic. Daylight and visual contact to the outside permit straightforward orientation and offer high-quality space for socialisation. The two-storey base structure houses examination and treatment rooms with operating theatres and intensive care. Three levels above are home to wards with 288 standard care beds and an intermediate care station with 24 beds.

Sustainability
The use of geothermal energy through a system of geothermal ducts (8 ducts with a length of 160 m each, diameter approx. 1.60 m) to condition the incoming air helps conserve energy. This investment is expected to be amortised within 7 years through a reduction in operating costs. The gas-fired cogeneration plant that generates electricity and heat, contributing to supply security, constitutes another core component.  

Photo: Tomas Riehle

University Hospital Düsseldorf
Centre for Surgical Medicine II (ZOM II)

Competition 1st prize 

Client: Construction and Real Estate Association of North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf
Services: Architectural services, phases 2 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2014
Gross floor area: 49,102 m²
Awards: 2011 Healthcare Application Award "Best Healthcare Concept", AIT magazine

Convergence of Key Clinics
The new construction of the Centre for Surgical Medicine II centralises important clinical functions and networks the decentralised clinics for improved and more efficient patient care. The building follows the main access route of the university hospital. It achieves the functional and structural convergence of the neurosurgery, emergency and hand surgery, ENT, ophthalmology, jaw and facial plastic surgery and orthopaedic clinics. In addition, an interdisciplinary emergency department optimises multiple trauma care.

The two-storey, linear entry hall along the main hall is the hub for patient and visitor traffic. Daylight and visual contact to the outside permit straightforward orientation and offer high-quality space for socialisation. The two-storey base structure houses examination and treatment rooms with operating theatres and intensive care. Three levels above are home to wards with 288 standard care beds and an intermediate care station with 24 beds.

Sustainability
The use of geothermal energy through a system of geothermal ducts (8 ducts with a length of 160 m each, diameter approx. 1.60 m) to condition the incoming air helps conserve energy. This investment is expected to be amortised within 7 years through a reduction in operating costs. The gas-fired cogeneration plant that generates electricity and heat, contributing to supply security, constitutes another core component.  

Photo: Tomas Riehle

University Hospital Düsseldorf
Centre for Surgical Medicine II (ZOM II)

Competition 1st prize 

Client: Construction and Real Estate Association of North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf
Services: Architectural services, phases 2 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2014
Gross floor area: 49,102 m²
Awards: 2011 Healthcare Application Award "Best Healthcare Concept", AIT magazine

Convergence of Key Clinics
The new construction of the Centre for Surgical Medicine II centralises important clinical functions and networks the decentralised clinics for improved and more efficient patient care. The building follows the main access route of the university hospital. It achieves the functional and structural convergence of the neurosurgery, emergency and hand surgery, ENT, ophthalmology, jaw and facial plastic surgery and orthopaedic clinics. In addition, an interdisciplinary emergency department optimises multiple trauma care.

The two-storey, linear entry hall along the main hall is the hub for patient and visitor traffic. Daylight and visual contact to the outside permit straightforward orientation and offer high-quality space for socialisation. The two-storey base structure houses examination and treatment rooms with operating theatres and intensive care. Three levels above are home to wards with 288 standard care beds and an intermediate care station with 24 beds.

Sustainability
The use of geothermal energy through a system of geothermal ducts (8 ducts with a length of 160 m each, diameter approx. 1.60 m) to condition the incoming air helps conserve energy. This investment is expected to be amortised within 7 years through a reduction in operating costs. The gas-fired cogeneration plant that generates electricity and heat, contributing to supply security, constitutes another core component.  

University Hospital Düsseldorf
Centre for Surgical Medicine II (ZOM II)

Competition 1st prize 

Client: Construction and Real Estate Association of North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf
Services: Architectural services, phases 2 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2014
Gross floor area: 49,102 m²
Awards: 2011 Healthcare Application Award "Best Healthcare Concept", AIT magazine

Convergence of Key Clinics
The new construction of the Centre for Surgical Medicine II centralises important clinical functions and networks the decentralised clinics for improved and more efficient patient care. The building follows the main access route of the university hospital. It achieves the functional and structural convergence of the neurosurgery, emergency and hand surgery, ENT, ophthalmology, jaw and facial plastic surgery and orthopaedic clinics. In addition, an interdisciplinary emergency department optimises multiple trauma care.

The two-storey, linear entry hall along the main hall is the hub for patient and visitor traffic. Daylight and visual contact to the outside permit straightforward orientation and offer high-quality space for socialisation. The two-storey base structure houses examination and treatment rooms with operating theatres and intensive care. Three levels above are home to wards with 288 standard care beds and an intermediate care station with 24 beds.

Sustainability
The use of geothermal energy through a system of geothermal ducts (8 ducts with a length of 160 m each, diameter approx. 1.60 m) to condition the incoming air helps conserve energy. This investment is expected to be amortised within 7 years through a reduction in operating costs. The gas-fired cogeneration plant that generates electricity and heat, contributing to supply security, constitutes another core component.  

University Hospital Düsseldorf
Centre for Surgical Medicine II (ZOM II)

Competition 1st prize 

Client: Construction and Real Estate Association of North Rhine-Westphalia Düsseldorf
Services: Architectural services, phases 2 - 9 HOAI
Completion: 09/2014
Gross floor area: 49,102 m²
Awards: 2011 Healthcare Application Award "Best Healthcare Concept", AIT magazine

Convergence of Key Clinics
The new construction of the Centre for Surgical Medicine II centralises important clinical functions and networks the decentralised clinics for improved and more efficient patient care. The building follows the main access route of the university hospital. It achieves the functional and structural convergence of the neurosurgery, emergency and hand surgery, ENT, ophthalmology, jaw and facial plastic surgery and orthopaedic clinics. In addition, an interdisciplinary emergency department optimises multiple trauma care.

The two-storey, linear entry hall along the main hall is the hub for patient and visitor traffic. Daylight and visual contact to the outside permit straightforward orientation and offer high-quality space for socialisation. The two-storey base structure houses examination and treatment rooms with operating theatres and intensive care. Three levels above are home to wards with 288 standard care beds and an intermediate care station with 24 beds.

Sustainability
The use of geothermal energy through a system of geothermal ducts (8 ducts with a length of 160 m each, diameter approx. 1.60 m) to condition the incoming air helps conserve energy. This investment is expected to be amortised within 7 years through a reduction in operating costs. The gas-fired cogeneration plant that generates electricity and heat, contributing to supply security, constitutes another core component.  

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