Healthcare is constantly on the move. Currently the responsibility for the operation lies with the institution itself. This is practical because there is more control and the current land value often represents a significant capital. But of course it also causes concerns and risks. Inefficient management quickly leads to budget shortages and functionally and structurally poor buildings. In addition, the requirements are constantly increasing. Patients and visitors ask for peace, privacy, space and facilities. Changed organizational structures, a more business-based approach, rising occupational health and safety standards and the continuous development of medical technology call for continuous adjustments to housing.