Hospital management teams: Do your current hospital asset tracking systems make it difficult to understand the condition of your assets?

And do you need a clearer understanding of future maintenance requirements for your investment and funding decisions?

Or are you facing challenges such as asbestos removal, leaky buildings, or seismic strengthening – and wondering how to balance this work with investment in other healthcare assets?

Hospital and healthcare asset management has always been a challenging task, balancing the funding needs of buildings versus equipment and other key financial decisions. And with recent news stories of healthcare and hospital facilities needing asbestos removal, seismic strengthening, or leaky building remediation, the challenge is that much greater. How to balance – and fund – these urgent needs, whilst continuing to invest in crucial healthcare equipment and services?

Your solution: Healthcare asset management software and services

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Benefits of SPM Assets’ hospital and healthcare asset management solutions:

Benefit from our experience

Our experience in healthcare asset management enables us to simplify the often complex and overwhelming.

Easy to use planning tools

Minimal training is required to use the range of sophisticated asset planning tools for council asset management.

Invest in the right project at the right time

Reporting tools make it easier for you to decide which hospital facility management projects are the priority in the long-term as well as the short-term.

Maintenance plans & works programmes

SPM Assets software will allow you to generate maintenance plans and works programmes as far into the future as you wish.

Manage your budget with confidence

Not only will you be able to fund the right project at the right time, but you’ll have the confidence knowing that you’re following the right approach in your public sector asset management.

Keep assets operational for longer

The planning and maintenance software will enable you to keep assets functional and relevant for the longest possible period.

Taking a planned approach to healthcare and hospital asset management since 2005

Our experience with asset management planning for health and hospital organisations began in 2005 when we were contracted to establish a comprehensive approach to asset management for the public health sector in New Zealand, involving both facilities and clinical equipment.

SPM Assets has also worked with public and private partnerships for Orange Health, Sunshine Coast University Hospital, and Royal Children’s Hospitals in Australia. We provide a 35-year lifecycle model that is used by each of the healthcare management teams in these organisations to ensure their funds are sufficient to renew and replace components over that time period.

Additionally, the Provincial Government Western Cape South Africa relies on our hospital facility management software to analyse and plan for all its hospitals and health assets. Time and time again we find health care organisations need to provide more of a tactical to strategic approach to managing health facilities across many sites. This could be a combination of building-related assets, and clinical or bio-med hospital assets. There is an increasing need to move towards more of a planned approach in health assets management, which SPM Assets advocates.

Asset management case studies

These asset management case studies highlight how we work with our customers to benefit them:

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This client realised surveying 17 sites wasn’t feasible due to resource constraints, so a time-boxed approach to infield assessments was used, together with virtual data for rooms with a common layout.


Whanganui and MidCentral District Health Boards needed to integrate, manage, optimise and monitor strategic and operational-level asset management planning functions to improve decision making.

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