China’s healthcare sector is in the process of rapid development. The Chinese government plans to invest heavily and has pledged a speedy and reforming programme. One of the National Healthcare Reform's main points is to enable more people to be included in the system and increase the number of people covered by basic medical insurance. This has resulted in a demand to build more hospitals and outpatient departments. In the next 10 years, 3,000 hospitals will be built and approximately 26% of hospitals every year need renovation and extension.
When David Cameron visited China in December 2013, Britain and China signed a package of healthcare deals and memorandums of understanding, trying to export UK healthcare expertise to China. The UK has a leading reputation around the world for modern, sustainable hospital design. This forum offers a great opportunity for healthcare experts to engage with China’s burgeoning hospital refurbishment and building programme.
Join over twenty Chinese hospital leaders to share ideas about sustainable hospital design and learn about opportunities in China.
9.00am - 2.00pm Session one: Green Hospital Design Models
- Colin Tweedy of The Building Centre (Welcome)
- Ian Cranshaw, Healthcare UK Officer
- Simon Lovegrove of M Health International (Chair)
- Zhang Jianzhong of Shanghai Health Capital Construction Administration Centre
- Ged Couser of BDP
- Phil Nedin of ARUP
- Chen Guoliang from the Architecture Shanghai Institute of Architecture Design & Research
- Sunand Prasad of Penoyre & Prasad
- Christopher Shaw of Medical Architecture
Session one includes a networking coffee break, Q&A and lunch.
2.00pm - 5.30pm Session two: Green Hospital Management and the implication to Design
- Chair: Phil Dowrick of Healthcare UK
- Mr Luo Meng of the 9th People's Hospital, Medical School of Shanghai Jiao Tong University
- Richard O'Neil of HLM Architects
- Jeremy Nixey of Shaw Healthcare
- Chris Hall of BRE
- Roger Battersby of PRP Architects
Session two includes a Q&A and a networking coffee break.
Participants include Chinese representatives from:
Shanghai Shenkang Hospital Development Centre, China Hospital Design and Research Institute, Shanghai Tongji Hospital, Shanghai the Ninth People’s Hospital, Shanghai the Third People’s Hospital, Shanghai Tenth People’s Hospital, Shanghai Chest Hospital, Shanghai Zhong shan Hospital, Zhe Jiang Provincial People’s Hospital, Guangzhou Nanfang Hospital, The First Affiliated Hospital, Sun Yat-Sen Hospital, He Xian Memorial Affiliated Hospital of Southern Medical University, Shan Tou Central Hospital, Affiliated Shan Tou Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangdong General Hospital, Guangdong Academy of Medical Science and Zhao Qing the First Peoples’ Hospital.
A four day visit to selected UK hospitals will follow the Summit and an exhibition of hospital design will be held at the China Design Centre Gallery in The Building Centre, 25 May - 30 May.
Cost: Full day from £60.00
Morning session from £35.00
Afternoon session from £30.00
Initiated by: The Hospital Architecture System Research Branch of Chinese Hospital Association,
Supporters: UKTI, The Building Centre, MIC International communications and China Design Centre