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Sancta Maria, which is owned and operated by the not-for-profit Healthcare Management Trust (HMT), is relocated from Uplands to a new 18-bed hospital located between Fabian Way and Prince of Wales dock. The £25 million facility forms part of the plot occupied by University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s (UWTSD’s). Willis Systems fitted washroom facilities at Sancta Maria Hospital in Swansea.
The new Sancta Maria Hospital offers high quality care with a focus on patient experience and a friendly, professional, and caring environment. Patients will still be able to expect the same high standards and exemplary care that they currently receive at the Uplands hospital but with a much improved and more streamline patient journey from consultation to diagnosis and treatment.
The hospital provides outstanding medical advice and care, and offers a wide range of treatments and specialties, including orthopaedics, ophthalmology, urology, gynaecology, general surgery, and cosmetics.
As a not-for-profit hospital, Sancta Maria is committed to investing its surplus into local community causes as well as being used to support dementia charities, educational grants, and medical research around ageing. It will provide private as well as NHS treatment.
The new HMT Sancta Maria Hospital includes a state-of-the-art MRI scanner.
The GE Signa Artist 1.5 Tesla MRI scanner weighs over 5 tonnes and will be used as an important diagnostic tool for patients by providing exceptional clarity of imaging and reduce scanning time for patients compared to less advanced machines. The MRI scanner will provide on-site diagnostic testing which will vastly improve the patient experience and will increase the speed of diagnosis and treatment.
It will be much easier to manage the flow of patients throughout the building, whether people are coming in as an outpatient to see a consultant, or for diagnostics for things such as MRI or X ray, or even coming in as an inpatient.
The hospital will have three operating theatres fitted with the latest, innovative equipment by leading medical technology company, Stryker.
In addition to the MRI scanner, the new hospital will also benefit from on-site parking, improved access, en-suite patient bedrooms, a café and excellent transport links.
Sancta Marta Hospital has been providing affordable healthcare to Swansea and South Wales for over 60 years.
1958 – Surgeons Mr Tanner and Mr Cellan-Jones joined forces with Ursulines of Jesus sisters to take over the former Brunswick Nursing Home and transformed it into a six-bed private nursing hospital renaming it Sancta Maria.
1962 – A larger premises combining Sancta Maria with the neighbouring Mirador is completed, creating a new operating theatre and more patient rooms.
1980 – The first X-Ray unit is gifted to Sancta Maria marking a major improvement in patient care.
1983 – The Sancta Maria Nursing Home becomes Sancta Maria Hospital reflecting a diversification from just care for the elderly over the last 25 years.
1988- HMT invested £500k on improvements and equipment. Ursuline Sisters remain on management committee and staff the Hospital.
2019 – The construction of the new state-of-the-art HMT Sancta Maria hospital and advance diagnostics unit commenced in Swansea’s SA1 waterfront district.
2021 – The new purpose-built HMT Sancta Maria Hospital opened on the 15th of February 2021.
Willis Systems fitted IPS in en-suites, fitted clinical box out units, dirty utility units, and scrub ups as part of the hospital washroom facilities at Sancta Maria Hospital in Swansea.
At the end of the project Willis Systems recieved the following feedback from Nigel Phillips, the operations manager at Kier Construction “The project has been constructed through a significantly difficult period in time and your professionalism, approachability and willingness to adapt to the ever moving challenges as a result the pandemic are appreciated, without your input we could not have achieved the exemplar building that we have.”