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Revamped hospital in the Bahamas to open later this year

TDG Architects led by Bahamian architects Carlos Hepburn and Marcus Laing have celebrated the completion of an $82m hospital expansion scheme in the Bahamas. The project is due to open in mid 2014 and features 7 operating theatres, ICU and neonatal ICU beds, new laboratories, sterile storage and a new main entry.

The site design has been completely reworked with a number of sustainable elements added that respond to the hot, humid climate of the Bahamas. Noted by the architects as a ‘game changer in Caribbean medicine’, the project meets international standards in healthcare design and will feature cutting edge equipment when it opens later this year.

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