New Maternity Hospital, Astana

Location:

Almaty, Kazakhstan

Client:

Mabetex Group - Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan

Team:

With Seingim

Task:

Final Design, Executive Design

Principles:

High complexity

Ambiente friendly

International standards

The new Maternity Hospital in Astana is situated on a flat plot within the Saryarka district, at the intersection of Sh. Koshyғұлұлы and Akan Seri streets.
The hospital complex comprises various buildings and structures, including the main hospital building, a conference hall block (designed to accommodate 250 seats) and administration, a facility for morgue services, pathology, and laboratories, as well as technological and service volumes.

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As a comprehensive campus, the internal road network has been hierarchically organized to ensure smooth entry and exit flows without interference, connecting buildings and internal service functions within the area (entrances, buildings, technical rooms, and exits), and proper segregation of technical service functions and the removal of bodies from the morgue.
Architectural choices have been made with a particular focus on humanizing aspects to create a “healing environment” suitable for the stay of mothers and their children, while also being welcoming for visitors who will have access to spacious waiting areas with natural lighting and views to the outside.

Details

Project area:
62.680 sqm
Bed capacity:
250
Project date:
2023
Date of construction:
Ongoing
Value:
€ XXX

Characteristics

- High complexity
- International standards
- Ambiente friendly

During the design phase, a crucial objective was the optimization of structural, architectural, organizational, and functional requirements:

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  • The adoption of structural modules to enhance the flexibility of the healthcare facility, ensuring adaptability to future needs.
  • Streamlining processes, ensuring maximum safety for patients and staff, and proper organization and separation of flows and paths for individuals (external and internal patients, staff, visitors) and logistics (dirty and clean).
  • Promoting interaction, multidisciplinary collaboration, and greater synergy between skills and expertise.
  • Organizing functional areas to facilitate a modern, effective, and efficient management for patient-centered processes based on the type and intensity of care (diagnosis and treatment pathways).
  • High healthcare standards and humanization of spaces.
  • Extensive use of day hospital, day surgery, and outpatient activities.

The landscape project proposes solutions that contribute to establishing a close connection with the context to provide environmental, ecosystemic, and enjoyment benefits to the community.