The National Spinal Injury Centre



Reception refurb for NSIC at Stoke Mandeville.

BMJ Architects recently completed a project for The National Spinal Injury Centre in Buckinghamshire to create a new entrance area to provide a welcoming environment and an activity hub for patients, staff and visitors.  The design for the project incorporated new floor and wall finishes, an uplifting lighting scheme, a new reception desk and an interactive projector. The area has been totally transformed and the reception from staff, patients and visitors has been overwhelmingly positive.


Buckinghamshire Healthcare¬ís National Spinal Injury Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital has been serving patients since 1944 and is a UK wide recognised institution, famous in relation to the foundation of the Paralympic movement and has established an international reputation for quality services.  They offer diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for patients with acute spinal cord injuries and non-traumatic spinal cord lesions of acute onset. Patients are referred from all over the UK and from many countries around the world

The new entrance area will be officially opened by HRH Prince Edward in October 2015