ISE supports Amsterdam children’s hospital renovation

ISE supports Amsterdam children’s hospital renovation
As Intergrated Systems Europe (ISE) bid farewell to the city of Amsterdam, the event giant drummed up support from its global community, with ISE engaging in a charitable project for the Emma Children’s Hospital with the Amsterdam University Medical Centre, using multiple AV brands to provide a comforting experience for chronically ill children.

The installation will be carried out by installer, Woelf, creating an entertainment room at Het Jeroen Pit Huis, a transitional care unit for chronically ill children and families at the grounds of the Amsterdam University Medical Centre. 

The Emma Children’s Hospital provides family integrated care, including children’s families in their care, with the donations from ISE helping to develop facilities for chronically ill children who can find the transition from hospitals to homes to be challenging. 

Prof. Dr. Hans van Doudoever, head of the Emma Children’s Hospital said: “Children are our future, including those who are sick and in need of our support. At Emma Children’s Hospital, we aim to maximise the possibilities of all chronically ill children to participate in our society”

A presentation to commemorate the support that the project received from the ISE community and the RAI Amsterdam took place during the ISE 2020 ‘¡Hola Barcelona!’ event, with the building preparations for Het Jeroen Pit Huis starting in spring 2020 with an estimated completion date scheduled for the end of 2021. 

Mike Blackman, managing director, Integrated Systems Events commented: "We are pleased that we can use our industry connections, and those of our co-owners, CEDIA and AVIXA, to bring together the very best products, design and installation expertise to support this project and build something wonderful for a very worthy cause.

"This space will be a source of enjoyment, excitement and escape for all those staying at Het Jeroen Pit Huis. It’s a great project and will be a fitting, lasting legacy from the ISE community for the people of Amsterdam.”    
 







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