Healthcare Isolation and Segregation Pods

Rapid Assembly

Our modular isolation and segregation pods are rapid to assemble and include built-in air filtration, plumbing and plug-and-play technology. Their modular construction, built-in systems and easy-to-clean surfaces enable efficient maintenance. Pods can be reconfigured at any time to suit the changing requirements of your hospital or healthcare facility.


Rapid assembly, avoiding high-density construction and long site closures

Compliant with UK Government’s HTM guidance on design, installation and operation of building technology in the delivery of healthcare

Air management including negative pressure and HEPA 14 filtration with a minimum of 12 air changes per hour

Sealed, impact-resistant solid and glass walls with wide doors (hinged or sliding)

Embedded plumbing and technology with integrated joinery for an easy-to-clean, clutter-free environment

Choice of easy-to-clean finishes and materials

Enhanced patient privacy and well-being

Acoustic Insulation

Suitable for short and long-term solutions

Graphics and finishes tailored to your wayfinding scheme

Four-Wall Segregation Pod

Ventilation supply and extraction is controlled in our healthcare pods to create an inward flow of air and reduce the escape of airborne pathogens into surrounding hospital areas.

Our four-walled segregation healthcare pod is securely sealed with full height walls and the option of hinged or sliding doors.

The pods can be manufactured with a fully fitted headwall with med gas and cable management storage. As with all our pods for hospitals and healthcare environments, its walls are reconfigurable to provide easy access for maintenance and updates

Double Segregation Pod with Nurse Station

In our double pod with nurse station, a central area with large windows lets clinical staff observe and communicate easily with multiple patients, in accordance with UK Government guidance HBN 04-01.

The layout of the healthcare pods with the nurse station enhances patient wellbeing by allowing patients to see staff from inside their room, providing a distraction and reducing the feeling of isolation. Acoustic insulation in the pod design mitigates noise transmissions and increases patient privacy.

Between the two pods, a shared wall creates additional space inside each pod for clinical activities around the bedside, as well as space for extra storage fittings which can be selected from our range of bespoke joinery options.

Three-Wall Segregation Pod

Our three-wall healthcare pod configuration gives you the ability to utilise an existing headwall or window wall.

The secure, negative-pressure segregation pod is assembled with three surrounding prefabricated walls. It can be installed in its own area or added to a multi-bed room to provide privacy and prevent contamination without blocking access to other beds.

A large selection of colours and graphics are available to promote positive distraction and mental well-being.

Two-Wall Segregation Pod

Our two-wall pod design integrates with two walls of an existing single or multi-occupancy room.

It efficiently maximises available space, whilst still providing enough patient privacy and segregation to meet the relevant HBN standards.

Embedded technology and joinery in the two walls allow for integrated fittings, such as glove boxes and sharps containers, for a clutter-free room. Another option is a whiteboard surface to promote staff and patient communication, reduce paper use and provide creative entertainment.

Isolation Pod

Our Isolation Pod is a three-room suite, consisting of a lobby, main room and en-suite bathroom, constructed entirely of prefabricated walls. Additional features, such as the raised floor and dropped ceiling, create a greater level of security for highly infectious or vulnerable patients.

The ventilation system provides a positive pressure in the ventilated lobby, whilst generating a negative pressure in the patient room and bathroom. Leakage is minimised through the use of infection prevention gaskets and well-sealed components.

The high quality materials used in the construction of this pod ensure longevity for permanent structures. However, the easily demountable and reconfigurable nature of the pod walls allow for a flexible suite that can react to the changing needs of your healthcare facility.

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Surfaces are resistant to microbial spread and growth, non-toxic and non-allergenic

Prevent the movement of dust, debris, and moisture

Constructed so that they do not soak up moisture

Water impermeable in areas where water or dampness could occur

Pods are easy to maintain, repair, and clean

Resist damage due to normal wear and collision in high-traffic areas

Easy to install, disassemble, and replace

Installed on a substrate or structural assembly, pods are durable and stable

Seamless, resilient and impact resistant


Material choices are available to stand up to the demands of infection control and durability in a variety of healthcare settings.

In high impact areas, Thermofoil wraps around tiles and joinery eliminating seams, corners, and edge banding.

Behind sinks, solid surface tiles cannot be damaged by water.

Wayfinding, signage and art options provide alternatives to paper and remove horizontal details with seamless surfaces for easy cleaning.

Horizontal structural details in the pod walls can support any manufacturer’s equipment, supplies or joinery, removing the need to screw items into the wall.

Options available for colours, patterns and textures

Minimal glare


Ease of accessibility means pods can be easily modified without the dust, noise, labour and down-time that typically goes into repairing and refinishing a conventional drywall.

Small changes become simple. Facilities personnel can quickly and cleanly remove a tile to gain access to a wall cavity for updates or maintenance, for example to cap off med gases, move outlets, investigate plumbing or reverse osmosis (RO) line leaks.

Ease of accessibly into the wall cavity also has an impact from an IP+C standpoint. Unlike conventional drywall construction, the wall interiors can be easily inspected for mould or other impacts from plumbing leaks.

Aluminium frames eliminate the need for blocking in the wall. Monitor arms, diagnostic equipment, supplies, and joinery are suspended from the wall’s horizontal detail.

As equipment changes over time, the facilities team does not have to patch and repair walls where equipment used to be.