Craigavon Area Hospital, Northern Ireland
New multi-million pound trauma and orthopaedic facility at Craigavon Area Hospital features copper ironmongery for a healthy and healing environment.
Milligan Reside Larkin Architects have been using copper
door ironmongery/handles at Craigavon area hospital in
Northern Ireland for the last past three years in numerous
departments including theatres and maternity, a decision made after
following closely the developments in the Selly Oak clinical
The new Trauma and Orthopaedic Centre, officially opened by the
Minister for Health on 21st April 2010, provides state-of-the-art
theatre facilities where patient dignity, infection control and a
healing environment were key elements of the brief. The Centre,
which contains three ultra-clean laminar-flow theatre suites, a
seven-bed recovery ward and a fifteen-bed orthopaedic ward, has
been hailed by the Minister for Health as a 'world class facility'
and has set the standard for future theatre development in Europe
and further afield.