Queen Ingrid’s Hospital, National Hospital of Greenland, Nuuk. C.F. Møller. Photo: MEW

Queen Ingrid’s Hospital, National Hospital of Greenland, Nuuk

A master plan, compiled by C.F. Møller Architects, outlines how Dronning Ingrids Hospital, built in 1980, can future-proof its buildings through a combination of new buildings and renovations.
 Queen Ingrid’s Hospital, National Hospital of Greenland, Nuuk. C.F. Møller. Photo: MEW
Facts

Client

Health Directorate, Greenland

Address

Nuuk, Greenland

Size

20500 m² (8000 m² new building and 12500 m² rebuilding) - 120 beds

Year

2007-2013

Engineering

Rambøll A/S

Architect

C.F. Møller Architects

Landscape

C.F. Møller Landscape

Collaborators, other

The A.P. Møller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller Foundation has contributed to phase I.

This involves, amongst other things, a new way of admitting emergency patients via an emergency department with a surgical wing, recovery unit, and intensive and diagnostic wards to secure rapid diagnosis and treatment plans. Other initiatives include a new psychiatric department, a new national pharmacy, and a new clinic for GPs. Extra space will be created in the existing wards by building a new patient hotel, which will have a distinctive rounded form, providing patients and staff with views of the natural surroundings, including Sana Bay and the fjord.

The first of the master plan's nine stages has now been carried out.

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