Teaching facility encompassed within a highly sustainable and environmentally friendly building
The Lincoln Medical School is a high-quality 5,682m2 integrated clinical facility that is driving skills development across the fields of medicine and allied health subjects, providing the platform to grow the scale and diversity of existing provision from professional development to post-graduate qualification.
The space comprises a teaching facility across five storeys, encompassed within a highly sustainable and environmentally friendly building with an aspiration of being a zero carbon project. Links with the Lincoln Institute for Health and the newly formed National Centre for Rural Health & Care will enable the delivery of leading-edge research from ‘bench to bedside’, ensuring the GLLEP region benefits from the skills and innovation injection it requires to meet the health and care challenges of the future.
The Lincoln Medical School has been built on the recipient’s main Brayford Campus to maximise the opportunities and experience for learners and access to the established research base, creating significant economies of scale.
The centre delivers integrated specialist space for three strands of activity:
- Clinical space
- Professional development suite
- Research and innovation facilities
For futher information on this project please contact Susannah Carr on SCarr@lincoln.ac.uk.