Re-imagining the patient experience. Shaping healthier communities. Improving the human condition with technology-driven design.
Healthcare+™ describes our outlook on enabling well-being within and beyond the hospital walls. We work to re-imagine the patient experience, create healthier communities, and improve the human condition through technology-driven design. We do this by focusing on health at home, health in the public realm, and health in digital spaces.
Health beyond hospitals
Affordable, on-demand healthcare solutions are the new expectation. IBI Group believes in delivering care closer to home, through accessible, flexible models that benefit clinicians and patients alike.
Embedding health into our communities
Associate Director | Office Lead
Associate Director - Practice Lead, Architecture
Finding new ways to put patients first.
We’re bringing systems thinking to the forefront of the patient experience. Our products include:
Norbury Lounge Chair
Developed in partnership with Knightsbridge Furniture, this ergonomic design was specifically created for use in mental health units — where healing, safety, comfort, and respect for environment are vital to patient recovery.
Our BedPod is a high-quality prefabricated modular care space that can be quickly installed with minimum disturbance to patients, and no loss of beds.
Featured ProjectsSee more of our Healthcare+ projects
Women’s College Hospital
Lauded as the hospital designed to keep people out of the hospital, Women’s College Hospital is an ambulatory, care facility that maximizes future flexibility and prioritizes women-focused services.
Queen Elizabeth University & Royal Hospital For Children
At 170,000 square metres, this ‘super hospital’ is not only one of the largest healthcare developments ever commissioned in the UK, providing over 1,300 beds and one of the largest emergency departments in Scotland, but also a bold addition to the Glasgow skyline and a catalyst for wider economic and social regeneration.
McGill University Health Centre
IBI Group led the building architecture and master planning efforts of this ambitious project to regroup five McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) institutions at Glen Campus: the Montreal Children’s Hospital, the Royal Victoria Hospital, the Cancer Centre, the Research Institute, and the Montreal Chest Institute.