Health Facility Guidelines

TAHPI has more than 13 years of experience specifically in the preparation of international and locally specific Health Facility Guidelines. TAHPI is possibly the most prolific author of healthcare standards and guidelines in the world on behalf of Government bodies. TAHPI has prepared the International Health Facility Guidelines www.healthdesign.com.au/ihfg and has produced customised healthcare standards and guidelines.

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iHFG – International Health Facility Guidelines
www.healthdesign.com.au/ihfg

Design Guidelines for Hospitals and Day Procedures Centres, Victoria, at
www.healthdesign.com.au/vic.dghdp

Papua New Guinea Standard Components at
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HAAD Health Facility Guidelines at
www.haad.ae/hfg

Sharjah Healthcare City SHCC Guidelines
www.healthdesign.com.au/shcc.hfg

Indian Health Facility Guidelines at
www.healthdesign.com.au/ihfg/guidelines/index/HFG-India

The modern form of ready-to-use health facility guidelines is a methodology created by TAHPI in late 1990’s. Its logic persists to this date. Its elements, structure, terminology, compartmentation of information and distribution methods are now taken for granted. However, there is no room for complacency. TAHPI is always innovating in this field, providing an ever growing world canvas of information, research, knowledge and innovation. TAHPI methodology aims to avoid un-necessary abortive or duplicated work caused by the lack of access to high quality and free information.

 

The Health Facility Guidelines developed by TAHPI place emphasis on achieving Health Facilities that reflect current health care functions and procedures in a safe and appropriate environment at a reasonable facility cost. They represent patient focused, research based, modern and efficient planning principles.

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