GGHH has over 250 case studies documenting the successful sustainability projects and programs being implemented by health care institutions around the world. Written and submitted by GGHH members, these case studies showcase success and innovation, describe the strategies and processes employed, discuss challenges encountered and provide inspiration to the global network.
The institution has introduced a bush tucker menu (food native to Australia) accommodating cultural, nutritional and individual needs of patients. Designed by Aboriginal stakeholders, this initiative has led to increased patient satisfaction and a more sustainable sourcing of ingredients
The Royal Hospital, Oman's largest government tertiary hospital, has developed a xylene chemical recycling program, showcasing its commitment to sustainability and innovation in healthcare. Learn more about their sustainable and cost-saving results.
Shefaa Al-Orman Oncology Hospital (SOH) has successfully implemented a comprehensive sustainability strategy to improve energy efficiency that led to a reduction in operating costs and in the environmental impact of their operations.