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  • 1. GREEN HOSPITAL Presented by – Dr.Amandeep Singh Dr.Anshu Jain MBA Hospital Management
  • 2. Green Building vs. ConventionalBuilding  External Appearance: Both look alike  Functionality: Same  Differences  Conserve natural resources.  Concern for human comfort, indoor environment & productivity.
  • 3. BENEFITS OF GREEN BUILDINGS Tangible benefits  Energy savings : 40-50%  Water savings : 20-30% Intangible benefits All good aspects associated to green Better Indoor ambience Day lighting & views improved health and productivity
  • 4. CAN A BUILDING HELP YOUCURE.? Research shows patient recovery much faster  Connectivity to outside environment.  Better Daylight and Views.  Healing benefits for patients. Better Indoor Air Quality  No sick building syndrome.  Regular CO2 monitoring.  Increased fresh air ventilation.
  • 5. GREEN HOSPITALA Green hospital is one whichenhances patient wellbeing, aids in curative processwhile utilizing natural resourcesin an efficient environmentfriendly manner.The main objective is toachieve:- - Reduction of energy consumption - Reduction of costs - Reduction of CO2 emission.
  • 6. FOCUS AREAS FOR GREENHOSPITAL DESIGN Lighting IndoorAir quality - Passive and Active measures Green house keeping Clean and Green interior building materials Gardens and landscape
  • 7. ENERGY SAVING MEASURES Photovoltaic (Solar energy – generation of electricity). Solar collectors e.g. for warm water generation. Building Automation System. Absorber chiller unit combined with a co- generating unit which is generating electricity and supplies heating energy (heat-loss from the engine and the exhaust gas) for the absorber chiller-unit (total energy plant). Energy recovery systems for the air handling units. Core activated concrete (installation of chilled water piping inside the construction – ceiling).
  • 8. LIGHTING Hospital design should maximize day light and optimize artificial lighting requirement. Day lighting is the controlled admission of natural light into building to reduce use of electricity for lighting.
  • 9. BENEFITS OF DAY LIGHTINGAND VIEWS IN HOSPITAL Positiveeffect on patients in hospitals. Enhance health and well being of patients and reduces stress level of employees improving quality of care. Combats seasonal affective disorder or winter depression, through view connectivity to natural vistas. Improves facility’s overall operational efficiency.
  • 10. RECCOMENDED LIGHTINGLEVELS FOR HOSPITALS
  • 11. DESIGN ASPECTS To enhance Natural To enhance efficiency lighting of artificial lighting  Use occupancy Glazing facades. sensors. Translucent skylights  Install low energy LED with soothing colors. lighting to save on Transparent and indoor lighting energy cost. operable opening to  Task lights to provide green courtyards. illumination in task Ledge seating at areas like consulting windows. areas , labs ,wards.
  • 12. INDOOR AIR QUALITY Restoring and safeguarding Health is the main purpose of Health care facilities indoor environment quality is critical to Green Hospitals. DO’s for Good Indoor Environment • Use indoor species of plants which produces oxygen and reduces indoor pollutants from air. • Improve fresh air by providing courtyard spaces with native and adaptive plant species free from allergic effects. • Use Zero-VOC indoor materials.
  • 13. OUTDOOR FRESH AIRREQUIREMENTS FOR VENTILLATIONOF HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
  • 14. GREEN HOUSE KEEPING Accumulation of dust ,soil and microbial contaminants is the potential source of Hospital acquired infections. Measures for House keeping are Cleaning products that meet environmental standards. Personnel training for safe handling and disposal of hospital waste. Waste recycling where ever possible.
  • 15. CLEAN AND GREEN INTERIOR BUILDING MATERIAL Patients and staff are exposed to a host of pathogenic germs and toxins that enter the hospital through the medium of large number of infected patients. Ensure the property of repelling or resisting growth of the pathogenic germs and bacteria in interior surfaces. Use Copper based interior material for touch surfaces in hospitals. Use indoors or floorings that do not emit/absorb/release indoor pollutants such as VOC and dust.
  • 16. GARDENS AND LANDSCAPES An aesthetic delight that promotes wellness of patients in hospital. Research studies show that recuperation from stress is faster and complete when patients are exposed to natural settings than any other form of built environment.
  • 17. Providence Newberg MedicalCentre, Oregon, USA,A Case Study LEED NC Gold - First Gold Rated Green Hospital in the world. Built-in area : 1,75,000 square feet Actual benefits achieved :- 26 % energy savings 50 % reduction in water consumption for landscaping Better indoor air quality No sick building syndrome Reduction in ducting costs 100 % outside air; 100% exhaust Reduction in floor-to-floor height Reduced envelop cost Heat reclaim system with VAV Higher efficiency than conventional systems Day Lighting Healing benefits for patients Patient recovery faster
  • 18. Kohinoor Hospital, Mumbai LEED NC Platinum - First Platinum Rated Green Hospital in India Built-in area : 2,27,432 sq.ft Benefits achieved : 35 % Energy Savings Green Power from Wind Mills Solar hot-water generation Better Indoor Air Quality Regular CO2 monitoring Increased fresh air ventilation No sick building syndrome Day Lighting Healing benefits for patients Patient Recovery Faster
  • 19. BENEFITS ACHIEVED BY GREENHOSPITALS Better Indoor air quality. 20-40% energy savings. 35-40% water savings. Good day lighting. No sick building syndrome. Faster patient recovery.
  • 20. GREEN HOSPITALS IN INDIA Kohinoor City Hospital, Mumbai. Max Balaji Hospital, Delhi. ESI Hospital, Bangalore. Fortis hospital, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. Govt. Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College & Hospital, Salem. Asian Health Care, Mumbai. Matushri Monghiben Ramji Savla Hospital & Research Centre, Mumbai. Medica Hospitals Pvt Ltd, Kolkata. Continental Hospitals Ltd, Hyderabad. Lazarus Hospitals Ltd, Hyderabad. Aster Medicity Hospital, Kochi. Max Hospital, Mohali.
  • 21. REFERENCES http://www.igbc.in/site/igbc/index.jsp http://www.igbc.in/site/igbc/tests.jsp?eve nt=22869 http://www.igbc.in/site/igbc/certifiedbuil dings.jsp