The Ulster Independent Hospital has been in operation for almost 40 years. It first opened it doors in 1979 when a consultant Gynaecologist, together with a committee of medical professions and business people identified the need for a small private hospital in Belfast. Since then, the clinic has become the primary provider of private healthcare in the region.
This project presented a number of unique challenges. It was necessary to be quick as the medical staff did not have much free time between appointments and it was also imperative to be discrete as possible so as not to disturb the patients. This helped inform the equipment list for the job; it was all shot with the bare minimum so as to be as unobtrusive as possible.