Clean Room Design

Clean room designs for preparation of medicines are constantly evolving in response to revision of relevant Standards and Guidelines. This is in accordance with the principle of Constant Quality Improvement (CQI), advances in patient safety and operator protection from hazardous drugs. Clean rooms for hospital pharmacy compounding of medicines differ markedly in their design and operation from conventional clean rooms employed in other industries.

Mel’s decade-long experience working with Standards Australia’s Committee ME/60 Controlled Environments has equipped mel davis & associates to work effectively with their clients to translate these unique requirements for aseptic compounding of medicines into designs which will comply with current regulatory requirements, efficient workflow patterns and monitoring practices.

Recent clients include:

  • Health Infrastructure for Western Cancer Centre, Dubbo NSW
  • Concord Repatriation General Hospital, Concord NSW
  • New Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide SA
  • Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Camperdown NSW
  • The Canberra Hospital, Woden, ACT
md&a conducts Risk Assessment reviews of existing hospital pharmacy clean room facilities to advise on steps necessary to achieve compliance with current Standards and Guidelines.

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