Month: April 2017

BioClad wins prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Innovation in healthcare provision and international trade expansions secures BioClad with a 2017 Queen’s Award. Awards Announced Our lips have been sealed by strict embargo for some time now, but the BioClad team are now excited to be able to shout about the receipt of a prestigious Queen’s Award. BioClad is to receive the Queen’s Award in the category […]

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BioClad Wall Cladding to help £8.1m expansion of groundbreaking neuroscience hospital

BioClad’s Antimicrobial Wall Cladding is to be installed at The Walton Centre to further revolutionise this unique stand-alone brain and spine specialist NHS hospital. Two new theatres are to be built, increasing the existing number of theatres from six to eight and allowing the hospital to expand the life-saving work they do by treating more […]

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Antimicrobial Wall Cladding at West London Mental Health

West London Mental Health

BioClad’s vibrant coloured antimicrobial hygienic PVC wall cladding will feature at a new 80-bedroom unit at West London Mental Health Centre. Following the demolition of the old John Conolly wing, construction of the new three-storey medium-secure until will include a range of specified bold and vibrant colours taken from the Pastel and Vivid BioClad PVC […]

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BioPod IPS Units at Harrogate Hospital

New BioPod IPS Units installed at Harrogate Hospital A&E

BioClad revolutionises the facilities within their local accident and emergency department near their Head Offices in Harrogate with the launch of the company’s innovative new product, the BioPod IPS unit. BioPod is the latest product innovation in the BioClad family. The world’s first antimicrobial IPS Units are now installed at Harrogate Hospital, providing unprecedented hygienic care to patients across North Yorkshire. A&E […]

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What is MRSA

MRSA is the most common hospital acquired infection costing the NHS around one billion pounds per year. MRSA is part of the Staphylococcus family of bacteria. As with any form of bacteria, they are constantly mutating creating new strains, each with subtle genetic mutations that make it different. Staphylococci are carried on the surface of […]

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