We supply and install fitted furniture for NHS hospital refurbishment and new development projects throughout the UK.
No project is too large or too small. Our Healthcare range of fitted furniture is specified for public hospital furniture installations of varying scales and values.
Some of our larger NHS furniture installations include a £1.35 million furniture contract for 800 rooms across the 10 floor UCL Hospital’s new, purpose built hospital & proton beam therapy cancer centre; a £500,000 contract for Basildon Hospital’s Cardio-Thoracic centre; and a £275,000 refurbishment project for St Thomas’ Hospital’s Pain Management and Phlebotomy units. We have also manufactured furniture for many other hospitals, including:
NHS furniture installations
- Wexham Park Hospital, Slough
- University College London Hospital (UCLH)
- Great Ormond Street Hospital
- North Middlesex University Hospital
- Northwick Park Hospital
- Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
- Kent & Canterbury Hospital
- University Hospital of Wales
- Prince Charles Hospital, Mid-Glamorgan
- Royal Gwent Hospital
Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, our fitted NHS furniture includes wall and base storage units, worktops and shelving, reception desks and lockable medicine cabinets. We also supply a variety of fixtures, fittings and specialist joinery to meet your specific needs.
Our focus on healthcare and hospital furniture systems combined with over 35 years expertise in designing, manufacturing and installing nationwide, ensures that we can meet your project requirements. With a UK manufacturing centre in Broadstairs, Kent supported by an extensive team of UK fitters, we deliver high quality service on every installation.
Where to find out more
View our interactive healthcare furniture brochure to view our full range and view our colour cards online which shows a wide range of contemporary colours to meet the needs of every location.
If you are looking for fitted furniture for your NHS hospital refurbishment or new development project, please contact us.
Read a relevant blog: 4 things you may not know about NHS hospital furniture.