In response to China's increased investment in healthcare, which is part of the Chinese government's Five-Year Plan to build 3,000 new hospitals and update 26% of existing hospitals, this year’s summit will explore people-centred and holistic hospital planning. The summit will look at design concepts, hospital service management, intelligent hospital systems, specialist medical centres, green materials and energy efficiency management systems.
Thirty-five influential Chinese hospital leaders and healthcare architects will come to the UK for an interactive discussion with UK healthcare specialists about sustainable hospital design and development.
- Colin Tweedy, executive chairman of the summit, chief executive of The Building Centre (welcome)
- Fang Chen, vice president of Shanghai Hospital Development Centre and The Hospital Architecture System Research Branch of Chinese Hospital Association
- Paul Sawyers, healthcare director at HKS Architects
- Simon Lovegrove, CEO of M Health International
- David Powell, development director at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
- Benedict Zucchi, director of architecture at BDP, London
- Meng Luo, deputy party secretary of Shanghai the Ninth Hospital Affiliated Shanghai Jiaotong University
- Duncan Finch, director at Avanti Architects
- Guoliang Chen, chief architect at Shanghai Institute of Architecture Design and Research
- Jane McElroy, principal of NBBJ
- Christopher Shaw, senior director at Medical Architecture
- Kelly Pollard, project manager at PearsonLloyd
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Cost: £65+VAT for the full-day conference and £35+VAT for the half-day sessions. Use the code BCGH20 and receive a 20% discount when booking.
Location: RIBA Wren Room, 66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
This event follows the success of the 2015 UK-China Green Hospital Design Summit and is initiated by the Hospital Architecture System Research Branch of Chinese Hospital Association and The Building Centre.
Co-organised by MacRae International Communications and China Design Centre, and supported by UKTI and Enterprise Ireland.