Project Announcement – Spire Bristol Hospital

Spire Healthcare has been one of the leading providers of private healthcare in the UK since its formation in 2007.

The company prides itself on giving their patients top quality care and are continually updating their services as medical technology progresses.Spire are currently refurbishing the X-Ray suites at their Bristol branch.Smartglass was chosen to provide the hospital with electronically switchable glass.  Our product will be installed as a partition between the X-Ray and observation room.Privacy Smartglass is becoming increasingly popular for medical projects.  It offers the patient dignity and privacy, allowing hospital staff to safely and efficiently review patient wellbeing, while crucially providing several key facets for reducing hospital acquired infections.Check back here for updates on this project or contact us at info@smartglassinternational.com Spire Healthcare has been one of the leading providers of private healthcare in the UK since its formation in 2007.    

The company prides itself on giving their patients top quality care and are continually updating their services as medical technology progresses.

Spire are currently refurbishing the X-Ray suites at their Bristol branch.

Smartglass was chosen to provide the hospital with electronically switchable glass.  Our product will be installed as a partition between the X-Ray and observation room.

Privacy Smartglass is becoming increasingly popular for medical projects.  It offers the patient dignity and privacy, allowing hospital staff to safely and efficiently review patient wellbeing, while crucially providing several key facets for reducing hospital acquired infections.

Check back here for updates on this project or contact us at info@smartglassinternational.com

600450 Project Announcement – Spire Bristol Hospital glassonweb.com
Date: 19 June 2013
Source: www.smartglassinternational.com

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