LC SmartGlass @ The Harley Street Clinic

The Harley Street Clinic is one of the most prestigious and respected private hospitals in London attracting some of the finest specialist consultants in cancer, cardiac and neurosciences from many of London’s major teaching hospitals.

As well as being equipped with the most advanced medical equipment, the hospital also possesses separate Intensive Care Units for both adults and children providing the highest levels of care.LC SmartGlass, recently installed by Planet South, has been extensively utilised to aid patient privacy and dignity while offering a hygienic and easily cleaned surface.

LC SmartGlass combines the functionality of an opaque wall with the style and lighting of clear glass allowing for innovative and intriguing uses of space at the flick of a switch. LC SmartGlass also offers an alternative to conventional hospital curtains which have been found to harbour drug-resistant bacteria such as C-Diff, MRSA, and VRE amongst other harmful pathogens.  Through continued studies it has been proven that sheer, easily cleaned surfaces are essential in hospitals in order to reduce the risks associated with the spread of super bugs.

NHS Royal Sunderland Hospital - Private

The Harley Street Clinic joins other prestigious healthcare institutions such as the NHS Trust Royal Sunderland Hospital in using LC SmartGlass as an intelligent solution to privacy and hygiene.

NHS Royal Sunderland Hospital - Clear


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Date: 12 September 2012

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