The building includes three separate residential units, each unit providing 20-25 beds as well as sitting rooms and nursing facilities. The units are connected by communal areas such as the restaurant, religious facilities and day rooms. In addition to the residential units there are associated service facilities and a day hospital.
The plan was informed by both functional requirements and by the restriction that the existing hospital would remain operational during the course of construction. The new hospital skirts around the footprint of the pre-existing hospital with the individual residential units branching off to create private gardens in the intermediate spaces.
Original wall remnants of the old Hospital Building are preserved on site and incorporated into the landscape design.