The former administration building at Kalundborg Hospital was converted into a medical centre as part of the hospital sector restructuring programme.
The result is an up to date, modern medical centre, where GPs can share their experience in facilities such as a canteen and library, and where patients can get help when their own doctor is not available.
The red brick building dates from 1920 and its exterior was preserved whilst the interior was radically refurbished. The ground and first floors were fitted out with consultation rooms, library, changing facilities and canteen. New access was provided to the east and west wings and handicap facilities and access provided.
Energy-saving improvements in the form of secondary windows and additional insulation of the outer walls were made. New wooden floors were laid, and glass facades decorated with graphics.