Children’s Hospital Copenhagen
The Capital Region of Denmark, Rigshospitalet and Ole Kirk’s Foundation have joined forces in a partnership to build a new public hospital that sets new standards for the treatment of children, adolescents, pregnant women and their families. The title of the project is: BørneRiget - Children’s Hospital Copenhagen.
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The new hospital wing for children, adolescents and pregnant women at Rigshospitalet, BørneRiget, will have a distinctive characteristic; a building shaped as two hands gathering all children, adolescents and women in labour under one roof while taking care of the whole family.
In the summer of 2017, Ole Kirk’s Foundation, Rigshospitalet and the Capital Region of Denmark met to explore the opportunities of play into the treatment of ill children and adolescents.
In November 2016 the project team behind the new Children's Hospital Copenhagen, "BørneRiget", held a workshop on how to create the best possible arrival and greeting at the hospital in the future.
Six project teams have submitted their proposals on how the future hospital for children, adolescents and pregnant women at Rigshospitalet should look like.
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