Efficiency and Comfort
Hospitals are considered one of the most vital services in the community due to their immense role in preserving the lives of the citizens. Therefore, they are designed and constructed according to internationally recognized architectural and health specifications. Imam Al-Hujjah Hospital was designed and built in compliance with the British Health Building Notes (HBN) criteria. These standards offer the latest guidelines in the design and planning of modern healthcare buildings.
Moreover, universal Hospital Services (UHS) – Jordan, were consulted on the design and construction planning of Imam Al-Hujjah Hospital.
The building is designed to be delightful, allowing natural sunlight to enter from all angles with the appropriate height of the ceilings, in addition to spacious rooms, corridors and halls. The main lobby of the hospital has a transparent glass wall that is 14 meters high, covering the ground and the first floors, to allow natural lighting into the building and give joy and comfort to hospital visitors.
The building is surrounded by a botanical garden, with Cassia trees and American Cycas palms. The ground is furnished with natural Indian grass. Roses, Bougainvillea and Periwinkle adorn the garden sides as well, with beautiful wooden benches allocated to serve visitors during times of recreation and relaxation.
Inpatient suites boast maximum aesthetics, comfort and efficiency. Single-bed and double-bed rooms were distributed in each patients’ ward, all rooms are furnished with white medical curtains to provide patients with privacy. In each room there is a wardrobe for clothes and a programmed TV with more than 200 satellite channels. Each room also has a bathroom with a shower and sanitary facilities, constructed in compliance with health and safety standards. The patients’ rooms are equipped with medical bedhead units, which include electric inlets, medical gas outlets, and reading and bed lights.
The walls are decorated with Islamic geometric arts and patterns, inspired by the holy land of Karbala.
The wide windows in the rooms are provided with 100% blinds to obscure unwanted light during sleep and resting.
The floors are furnished with natural antibacterial Linoleum. LED Lights supported by an uninterruptible power supply system (UPS), have been installed in all rooms to overcome power outage (for even a few seconds).
The hospital is also equipped with firefighting system of water sprinklers. Fire hoses, and fire extinguishers, supported by smoke detectors, and fire alarm system.
Each inpatient ward, which normally encompasses 10 inpatient rooms, has a nursing station, mini pharmacy, and a “clean utility” store.
Hospital amenities include resting and leisure areas inside and outside the building, equipped with suitable and comfortable furniture. Hospital cafeteria is open from 8:00 AM to 10:30 PM, and it serves its guests delicious eastern and western cuisine, in addition to appetizers, snacks and refreshments.
In order to ensure the safety of patients and workers, the hospital prohibits all kinds of smoking or carrying cigarette packs around the hospital. Our regulations state that any violator will be fined for breaching this fundamental policy.
All hospital corridors are equipped with handrails and safety platforms to provide stability and support to weakened patients in need of care.
The hospital also has prayer rooms for men and women that combine modern and traditional design, furnished with brightly-colored luxurious rugs, adorned with exquisite Islamic patterns.
Our Security System:
To ensure the safety and security of the patients, visitors and the employees, there are always vigilant and well-trained security guards on the premise.
In addition, the hospital is equipped with constant video surveillance system that monitors all quarters of the hospital.
Among the essential services that our hospital provides is the laundry service, which includes washing, drying and ironing clothes, bedsheets, and linens. The laundry is divided into three separate sections: laundry of uninfected materials; laundry of materials infected with transitional germs, and drying and pressing area.
The laundry is subject to the supervision of the Infection Control unit. All inpatient bedsheets and linens are washed, dried, pressed and sterilized for reuse, as they’re checked and monitored by quality control and infection control units regularly.
One of the most important sections in the hospital is the main kitchen. It’s divided into several stations: all food reception units, meal preparation units (the food is divided into meat, chicken, fish, pastries, vegetables and special diets), and the cooking station (which includes barbecue and cooking devices). The meals are delivered to the wards in special carts designed to preserve food temperature.
Another aspect of services provided to visitors, patients and workers is the uninterrupted Internet service that is offered at modest prices, so that visitors may have access to the Internet around the clock.