Bosch has launched ‘Project Well-being Haven’ in partnership with Sunway Medical Centre Velocity (SMCV).
Well-being Haven is an experience-based project aiming to improve the work environment of healthcare workers by providing them with an appropriate recovery area, equipped with Bosch technology and solutions. The interest in more adequate resting spaces was expressed in a survey conducted by Bosch among almost 2,000 healthcare workers in Malaysia. Answering to this need, Bosch piloted the project by transforming SMCV’s existing lounge into a space that feels welcoming, calming, and is conducive to rest and recuperate.
“Through the redesign of SMCV’s doctor’s room, we hope to create a space that is reminiscent of one’s home – a space that brings warmth, comfort, and privacy to recuperate,” said Klaus Landhaeusser, managing director of Bosch Malaysia. According to Bosch findings, 82 percent of Malaysian healthcare workers confirm an increase of overtime and overnight shifts during the pandemic.
Constructed using Bosch power tools, the Well-being Haven space is equipped with an ergonomic kitchenette that includes a microwave, a built-in coffee machine, and a refrigerator from Bosch’s home appliances line, as well as the right ambience setting with music played straight from personal phones connected via Bluetooth through Electro-Voice’s Evolve speaker from Bosch Building Technologies. Malaysia’s top wellness technology provider Ogawa was also attracted to this meaningful project by sponsoring a unit of massage chair, which makes the room cosier.
The hospital offers comprehensive tertiary healthcare services with designed capacity of 234 beds, 62 consultant suites and six operating theatres. Its range of medical services include facilities and advanced medical technologies for outpatient and inpatient specialty care, health and wellness programmes and 24-hour emergency services.
To raise awareness of the project, Bosch will be having a mall activation with a simulation of the Well-being Haven at Sunway Velocity Mall from 29 September 10am to 2 October 10pm. With the creative use of light and sound to project distress and calm ambient in an immersive dark room, the Well-being Haven enables the public to relate and feel the challenges of healthcare frontliners and how Bosch technology is Invented for Life.