Althea played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in the treatment of COVID-19 patients copia

Althea played an important role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London thanks to specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning equipment.

Over the last two weeks Althea has played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London with specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning over 2750 pieces of equipment.

The lifesaving medical items, which were needed to treat COVID-19 patients, included 10 ventilators, 329 patient monitoring devices, 457 monitoring trolleys, 21 defibrillators and 198 infusion pumps.

Once everything was set up, commissioned and ready for use, each item had to be moved individually to the other side of the venue – a distance of 1km – where it was setup on each patient bay.

Gases such as oxygen and air were not available to test ventilation, so Althea’s Anaesthesia and Ventilation Specialist Manager Jeremy Wymer was able to source it for the hospital. The result of this being all ventilation was tested and bought back into service.

Althea engineers also helped advise the NHS procurement team sourcing vital equipment, which thanks to Althea’s intervention, 42 pumps were delivered within 2-4 days.

Another example of the lengths engineers went to support the hospital was when 200 patient monitoring systems were delivered at 5pm one evening on site by pallet.

The Trust needed 84 of the systems immediately so 12 Althea engineers stayed throughout the evening to commission, configure and setup the equipment within 3 hours. This was something that was recognised and greatly appreciated by both Nightingale Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust.

David Rolfe, UK&I Chief Executive Officer at Althea: “Throughout this unprecedented time we have seen such an incredible response from the Althea team, and I am extremely proud of everyone involved.”

We have been responsive to a fast-moving situation, and engineers on site have gone over and above what was expected of them to support the NHS and clinicians onsite. It has been a fantastic team effort.”

In just nine days the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands area – usually used for large events – has been transformed into an emergency 4000 bed hospital to cope with patients affected by COVID-19.

NHS Nightingale Hospital London is the first of several Nightingale Hospitals planned in England including the University of the West of England in Bristol and the Harrogate Convention Centre. Others are due to be set up at Manchester’s Central Complex as well as Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre.

Althea has the largest constituency of biomed engineers on site at the Nightingale Hospital London providing support. The company are also currently engaging with other Nightingale hospital sites to see what help, advice and support Althea can offer the other sites across the UK.

Althea played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in the treatment of COVID-19 patients copia

Althea played an important role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London thanks to specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning equipment.

Over the last two weeks Althea has played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London with specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning over 2750 pieces of equipment.

The lifesaving medical items, which were needed to treat COVID-19 patients, included 10 ventilators, 329 patient monitoring devices, 457 monitoring trolleys, 21 defibrillators and 198 infusion pumps.

Once everything was set up, commissioned and ready for use, each item had to be moved individually to the other side of the venue – a distance of 1km – where it was setup on each patient bay.

Gases such as oxygen and air were not available to test ventilation, so Althea’s Anaesthesia and Ventilation Specialist Manager Jeremy Wymer was able to source it for the hospital. The result of this being all ventilation was tested and bought back into service.

Althea engineers also helped advise the NHS procurement team sourcing vital equipment, which thanks to Althea’s intervention, 42 pumps were delivered within 2-4 days.

Another example of the lengths engineers went to support the hospital was when 200 patient monitoring systems were delivered at 5pm one evening on site by pallet.

The Trust needed 84 of the systems immediately so 12 Althea engineers stayed throughout the evening to commission, configure and setup the equipment within 3 hours. This was something that was recognised and greatly appreciated by both Nightingale Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust.

David Rolfe, UK&I Chief Executive Officer at Althea: “Throughout this unprecedented time we have seen such an incredible response from the Althea team, and I am extremely proud of everyone involved.”

We have been responsive to a fast-moving situation, and engineers on site have gone over and above what was expected of them to support the NHS and clinicians onsite. It has been a fantastic team effort.”

In just nine days the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands area – usually used for large events – has been transformed into an emergency 4000 bed hospital to cope with patients affected by COVID-19.

NHS Nightingale Hospital London is the first of several Nightingale Hospitals planned in England including the University of the West of England in Bristol and the Harrogate Convention Centre. Others are due to be set up at Manchester’s Central Complex as well as Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre.

Althea has the largest constituency of biomed engineers on site at the Nightingale Hospital London providing support. The company are also currently engaging with other Nightingale hospital sites to see what help, advice and support Althea can offer the other sites across the UK.

Althea Italia consegna ulteriori 787 ventilatori polmonari destinati all’emergenza Covid-19 copia

Arrivata a Malpensa oggi la terza tranche di consegne relative alla gara CONSIP, anche in questo caso in anticipo di due settimane rispetto a quanto previsto

Roma, 14 aprile 2020. Althea Italia, leader italiano nel settore dei servizi integrati di ingegneria clinica, è impegnata da oggi nelle operazioni di consegna della terza tranche di 787 ventilatori polmonari, a seguito dell’aggiudicazione del bando CONSIP che prevede la fornitura complessiva, da parte di Althea, di oltre 6.500 dispositivi, circa 1.500 ventilatori e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici.

Il personale Althea, in coordinamento continuo e in stretta collaborazione con CONSIP, ha avviato le procedure di smistamento dei dispositivi presso l’aeroporto di Milano Malpensa. Le operazioni di consegna ed installazione delle apparecchiature presso gli ospedali del territorio nazionale verranno concluse con due settimane di anticipo rispetto i termini previsti da CONSIP.

“Grazie all’impegno costante di tutti i nostri addetti ed al fondamentale contributo del Comando della Guardia di Finanza dell’Aeroporto di Malpensa, sono lieto di confermare che con oggi abbiamo reso disponibili 1.410 ventilatori polmonari e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici, in anticipo di oltre due settimane rispetto alle scadenze contrattuali” commenta Alessandro Dogliani, Presidente e Amministratore Delegato di Althea Group.


Althea Italia S.p.A., filiale di Althea Group, principale operatore pan-europeo nei servizi integrati destinati alla sanità, è il leader italiano nella gestione integrata delle tecnologie biomediche.

Con 7 sedi in Italia, 1 Centro di Eccellenza orientato al training & testing sulle apparecchiature ad alto contenuto tecnologico e 3 Workshops altamente specializzati nelle riparazioni su attrezzature endoscopiche, ecografiche e radiologiche, Althea Italia, con i suoi 1.600 addetti, assicura la corretta gestione e il miglioramento continuo delle performance di tutte le tecnologie biomediche in oltre 300 Strutture Sanitarie all’interno del territorio italiano.

www.althea-group.com/pl/it

Althea played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in the treatment of COVID-19 patients

Althea played an important role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London thanks to specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning equipment.

Over the last two weeks Althea has played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London with specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning over 2750 pieces of equipment.

The lifesaving medical items, which were needed to treat COVID-19 patients, included 10 ventilators, 329 patient monitoring devices, 457 monitoring trolleys, 21 defibrillators and 198 infusion pumps.

Once everything was set up, commissioned and ready for use, each item had to be moved individually to the other side of the venue – a distance of 1km – where it was setup on each patient bay.

Gases such as oxygen and air were not available to test ventilation, so Althea’s Anaesthesia and Ventilation Specialist Manager Jeremy Wymer was able to source it for the hospital. The result of this being all ventilation was tested and bought back into service.

Althea engineers also helped advise the NHS procurement team sourcing vital equipment, which thanks to Althea’s intervention, 42 pumps were delivered within 2-4 days.

Another example of the lengths engineers went to support the hospital was when 200 patient monitoring systems were delivered at 5pm one evening on site by pallet.

The Trust needed 84 of the systems immediately so 12 Althea engineers stayed throughout the evening to commission, configure and setup the equipment within 3 hours. This was something that was recognised and greatly appreciated by both Nightingale Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust.

David Rolfe, UK&I Chief Executive Officer at Althea: “Throughout this unprecedented time we have seen such an incredible response from the Althea team, and I am extremely proud of everyone involved.”

We have been responsive to a fast-moving situation, and engineers on site have gone over and above what was expected of them to support the NHS and clinicians onsite. It has been a fantastic team effort.”

In just nine days the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands area – usually used for large events – has been transformed into an emergency 4000 bed hospital to cope with patients affected by COVID-19.

NHS Nightingale Hospital London is the first of several Nightingale Hospitals planned in England including the University of the West of England in Bristol and the Harrogate Convention Centre. Others are due to be set up at Manchester’s Central Complex as well as Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre.

Althea has the largest constituency of biomed engineers on site at the Nightingale Hospital London providing support. The company are also currently engaging with other Nightingale hospital sites to see what help, advice and support Althea can offer the other sites across the UK.

Althea Italia consegna ulteriori 787 ventilatori polmonari destinati all’emergenza Covid-19

Arrivata a Malpensa oggi la terza tranche di consegne relative alla gara CONSIP, anche in questo caso in anticipo di due settimane rispetto a quanto previsto

Roma, 14 aprile 2020. Althea Italia, leader italiano nel settore dei servizi integrati di ingegneria clinica, è impegnata da oggi nelle operazioni di consegna della terza tranche di 787 ventilatori polmonari, a seguito dell’aggiudicazione del bando CONSIP che prevede la fornitura complessiva, da parte di Althea, di oltre 6.500 dispositivi, circa 1.500 ventilatori e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici.

Il personale Althea, in coordinamento continuo e in stretta collaborazione con CONSIP, ha avviato le procedure di smistamento dei dispositivi presso l’aeroporto di Milano Malpensa. Le operazioni di consegna ed installazione delle apparecchiature presso gli ospedali del territorio nazionale verranno concluse con due settimane di anticipo rispetto i termini previsti da CONSIP.

“Grazie all’impegno costante di tutti i nostri addetti ed al fondamentale contributo del Comando della Guardia di Finanza dell’Aeroporto di Malpensa, sono lieto di confermare che con oggi abbiamo reso disponibili 1.410 ventilatori polmonari e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici, in anticipo di oltre due settimane rispetto alle scadenze contrattuali” commenta Alessandro Dogliani, Presidente e Amministratore Delegato di Althea Group.


Althea Italia S.p.A., filiale di Althea Group, principale operatore pan-europeo nei servizi integrati destinati alla sanità, è il leader italiano nella gestione integrata delle tecnologie biomediche.

Con 7 sedi in Italia, 1 Centro di Eccellenza orientato al training & testing sulle apparecchiature ad alto contenuto tecnologico e 3 Workshops altamente specializzati nelle riparazioni su attrezzature endoscopiche, ecografiche e radiologiche, Althea Italia, con i suoi 1.600 addetti, assicura la corretta gestione e il miglioramento continuo delle performance di tutte le tecnologie biomediche in oltre 300 Strutture Sanitarie all’interno del territorio italiano.

www.althea-group.com/pl/it

Althea played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in the treatment of COVID-19 patients copia

Althea played an important role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London thanks to specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning equipment.

Over the last two weeks Althea has played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London with specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning over 2750 pieces of equipment.

The lifesaving medical items, which were needed to treat COVID-19 patients, included 10 ventilators, 329 patient monitoring devices, 457 monitoring trolleys, 21 defibrillators and 198 infusion pumps.

Once everything was set up, commissioned and ready for use, each item had to be moved individually to the other side of the venue – a distance of 1km – where it was setup on each patient bay.

Gases such as oxygen and air were not available to test ventilation, so Althea’s Anaesthesia and Ventilation Specialist Manager Jeremy Wymer was able to source it for the hospital. The result of this being all ventilation was tested and bought back into service.

Althea engineers also helped advise the NHS procurement team sourcing vital equipment, which thanks to Althea’s intervention, 42 pumps were delivered within 2-4 days.

Another example of the lengths engineers went to support the hospital was when 200 patient monitoring systems were delivered at 5pm one evening on site by pallet.

The Trust needed 84 of the systems immediately so 12 Althea engineers stayed throughout the evening to commission, configure and setup the equipment within 3 hours. This was something that was recognised and greatly appreciated by both Nightingale Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust.

David Rolfe, UK&I Chief Executive Officer at Althea: “Throughout this unprecedented time we have seen such an incredible response from the Althea team, and I am extremely proud of everyone involved.”

We have been responsive to a fast-moving situation, and engineers on site have gone over and above what was expected of them to support the NHS and clinicians onsite. It has been a fantastic team effort.”

In just nine days the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands area – usually used for large events – has been transformed into an emergency 4000 bed hospital to cope with patients affected by COVID-19.

NHS Nightingale Hospital London is the first of several Nightingale Hospitals planned in England including the University of the West of England in Bristol and the Harrogate Convention Centre. Others are due to be set up at Manchester’s Central Complex as well as Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre.

Althea has the largest constituency of biomed engineers on site at the Nightingale Hospital London providing support. The company are also currently engaging with other Nightingale hospital sites to see what help, advice and support Althea can offer the other sites across the UK.

Althea Italia consegna ulteriori 787 ventilatori polmonari destinati all’emergenza Covid-19 copia

Arrivata a Malpensa oggi la terza tranche di consegne relative alla gara CONSIP, anche in questo caso in anticipo di due settimane rispetto a quanto previsto

Roma, 14 aprile 2020. Althea Italia, leader italiano nel settore dei servizi integrati di ingegneria clinica, è impegnata da oggi nelle operazioni di consegna della terza tranche di 787 ventilatori polmonari, a seguito dell’aggiudicazione del bando CONSIP che prevede la fornitura complessiva, da parte di Althea, di oltre 6.500 dispositivi, circa 1.500 ventilatori e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici.

Il personale Althea, in coordinamento continuo e in stretta collaborazione con CONSIP, ha avviato le procedure di smistamento dei dispositivi presso l’aeroporto di Milano Malpensa. Le operazioni di consegna ed installazione delle apparecchiature presso gli ospedali del territorio nazionale verranno concluse con due settimane di anticipo rispetto i termini previsti da CONSIP.

“Grazie all’impegno costante di tutti i nostri addetti ed al fondamentale contributo del Comando della Guardia di Finanza dell’Aeroporto di Malpensa, sono lieto di confermare che con oggi abbiamo reso disponibili 1.410 ventilatori polmonari e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici, in anticipo di oltre due settimane rispetto alle scadenze contrattuali” commenta Alessandro Dogliani, Presidente e Amministratore Delegato di Althea Group.


Althea Italia S.p.A., filiale di Althea Group, principale operatore pan-europeo nei servizi integrati destinati alla sanità, è il leader italiano nella gestione integrata delle tecnologie biomediche.

Con 7 sedi in Italia, 1 Centro di Eccellenza orientato al training & testing sulle apparecchiature ad alto contenuto tecnologico e 3 Workshops altamente specializzati nelle riparazioni su attrezzature endoscopiche, ecografiche e radiologiche, Althea Italia, con i suoi 1.600 addetti, assicura la corretta gestione e il miglioramento continuo delle performance di tutte le tecnologie biomediche in oltre 300 Strutture Sanitarie all’interno del territorio italiano.

www.althea-group.com/pl/it

Althea played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in the treatment of COVID-19 patients

Althea played an important role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London thanks to specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning equipment.

Over the last two weeks Althea has played a key role at NHS Nightingale Hospital in London with specialist biomed engineers unpacking, building, testing and commissioning over 2750 pieces of equipment.

The lifesaving medical items, which were needed to treat COVID-19 patients, included 10 ventilators, 329 patient monitoring devices, 457 monitoring trolleys, 21 defibrillators and 198 infusion pumps.

Once everything was set up, commissioned and ready for use, each item had to be moved individually to the other side of the venue – a distance of 1km – where it was setup on each patient bay.

Gases such as oxygen and air were not available to test ventilation, so Althea’s Anaesthesia and Ventilation Specialist Manager Jeremy Wymer was able to source it for the hospital. The result of this being all ventilation was tested and bought back into service.

Althea engineers also helped advise the NHS procurement team sourcing vital equipment, which thanks to Althea’s intervention, 42 pumps were delivered within 2-4 days.

Another example of the lengths engineers went to support the hospital was when 200 patient monitoring systems were delivered at 5pm one evening on site by pallet.

The Trust needed 84 of the systems immediately so 12 Althea engineers stayed throughout the evening to commission, configure and setup the equipment within 3 hours. This was something that was recognised and greatly appreciated by both Nightingale Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust.

David Rolfe, UK&I Chief Executive Officer at Althea: “Throughout this unprecedented time we have seen such an incredible response from the Althea team, and I am extremely proud of everyone involved.”

We have been responsive to a fast-moving situation, and engineers on site have gone over and above what was expected of them to support the NHS and clinicians onsite. It has been a fantastic team effort.”

In just nine days the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands area – usually used for large events – has been transformed into an emergency 4000 bed hospital to cope with patients affected by COVID-19.

NHS Nightingale Hospital London is the first of several Nightingale Hospitals planned in England including the University of the West of England in Bristol and the Harrogate Convention Centre. Others are due to be set up at Manchester’s Central Complex as well as Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre.

Althea has the largest constituency of biomed engineers on site at the Nightingale Hospital London providing support. The company are also currently engaging with other Nightingale hospital sites to see what help, advice and support Althea can offer the other sites across the UK.

Althea Italia consegna ulteriori 787 ventilatori polmonari destinati all’emergenza Covid-19

Arrivata a Malpensa oggi la terza tranche di consegne relative alla gara CONSIP, anche in questo caso in anticipo di due settimane rispetto a quanto previsto

Roma, 14 aprile 2020. Althea Italia, leader italiano nel settore dei servizi integrati di ingegneria clinica, è impegnata da oggi nelle operazioni di consegna della terza tranche di 787 ventilatori polmonari, a seguito dell’aggiudicazione del bando CONSIP che prevede la fornitura complessiva, da parte di Althea, di oltre 6.500 dispositivi, circa 1.500 ventilatori e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici.

Il personale Althea, in coordinamento continuo e in stretta collaborazione con CONSIP, ha avviato le procedure di smistamento dei dispositivi presso l’aeroporto di Milano Malpensa. Le operazioni di consegna ed installazione delle apparecchiature presso gli ospedali del territorio nazionale verranno concluse con due settimane di anticipo rispetto i termini previsti da CONSIP.

“Grazie all’impegno costante di tutti i nostri addetti ed al fondamentale contributo del Comando della Guardia di Finanza dell’Aeroporto di Malpensa, sono lieto di confermare che con oggi abbiamo reso disponibili 1.410 ventilatori polmonari e 5.000 monitor multi-parametrici, in anticipo di oltre due settimane rispetto alle scadenze contrattuali” commenta Alessandro Dogliani, Presidente e Amministratore Delegato di Althea Group.


Althea Italia S.p.A., filiale di Althea Group, principale operatore pan-europeo nei servizi integrati destinati alla sanità, è il leader italiano nella gestione integrata delle tecnologie biomediche.

Con 7 sedi in Italia, 1 Centro di Eccellenza orientato al training & testing sulle apparecchiature ad alto contenuto tecnologico e 3 Workshops altamente specializzati nelle riparazioni su attrezzature endoscopiche, ecografiche e radiologiche, Althea Italia, con i suoi 1.600 addetti, assicura la corretta gestione e il miglioramento continuo delle performance di tutte le tecnologie biomediche in oltre 300 Strutture Sanitarie all’interno del territorio italiano.

www.althea-group.com/pl/it