Architects

Designing for the care environment isn’t always the easiest task. It can be complex to balance varying client needs with practical application and still keep an eye on good design and aesthetics.

At OpeMed we recognise that offering reliable and specialist help is the first step towards the successful completion of your project. From initial assessment through to installation, our aim is to work alongside you for all your disability design and adaptation projects:

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Assessment

Architects we work with tell us how much they rely on our advice and support as they work through this phase of their project. Our aim is to make the process of specifying and installing specialist patient lifting equipment as seamless as possible, giving you confidence in every aspect of delivery.

Design Solutions

While functional, serviceable and practical, we see no reason why patient lifting equipment should not be design conscious too. We can call on a broad range of experience and design solutions to help our hoists and other equipment blend and fit into any surroundings.

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Installation

OpeMed understands the difficult task of providing care facilities with such specialist equipment which still require an eye on design, correct specification and competitive pricing. We work to take away the risk and worry as a single source supplier of disability equipment with over 20 years’ experience.

For a full and frank discussion of your requirements and design solutions available, give us a call today.

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CPD Seminars

With 20 years of industry experience to draw upon, we have put together a range of CPD seminars to break down some of the more complex elements to inclusive design.

Find out how you can book your own CPD seminar for you and your team by clicking below:

OpeMed Seminars and CPD Sessions

Architects Guide

At OpeMed we understand that inclusive design can sometimes be challenging and complicated to incorporate. To help break down key elements required, we have put together a useful guide to provide you with an additional resource during your design process.

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Architects Guide
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