YAMAM helps business organisations to solve issues, create value, maximise growth and improve business performance.
Based on field experience and business skills, YAMAM seeks to provide objective advice and expertise and help an organisation to develop any specialist skills that it may be lacking.
YAMAM is primarily concerned with the strategy, structure, management and operations of an organisation. It will identify options for the organisation and suggest recommendations for change, as well as advising on additional resources to implement solutions.
YAMAM operates across a wide variety of services such as:

  • Business Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Financial and Management Controls
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • E-Business
  • Supply-Chain Management


YAMAM’s healthcare expertise would enable to provide expert solutions and liaise knowledgeably with clinicians, managers and designers alike.
In turn this promotes healthcare buildings which:

  • Have a high functional quality
  • Efficiently serve patients and staff
  • Are sympathetic to human needs
  • Provide the flexibility to accommodate advancing technology
  • Meet strict cost and quality parameters

Extensive health service experience and healthcare capital investment ensures YAMAM has an insightful understanding of the needs of healthcare clients, encompassing:

  • Strategy and Planning
  • Project Briefing Preparation
  • Estate Rationalisation
  • Business Case Development
  • Commissioning and Evaluation


YAMAM would work with designers to achieve the following key aims in designing large healthcare complex projects:

  • To create clinical relationships that promote patient-focused care and efficient deployment of staff
  • To integrate the external layout with the internal departments to create entrances and routes that allow easy and intuitive way finding
  • To design communication routes that segregate visitors from staff and patients. This promotes patient privacy and dignity and supports efficient movement of staff and patients around the hospital
  • To create a design that facilitates all efforts to reduce Healthcare Acquired Infections


  • Feasibility studies and needs assessment / validation
  • Situational analysis & market survey
  • Business cases for healthcare projects and programs
  • Facility planning, functional programming, space programming, equipment and supplies 
programming, human resources planning and clinical service design
  • Operational planning and operational reviews
  • Program management for building hospitals
  • Healthcare facility commissioning and pre-opening preparations
  • Hospital services review – developing sustainable and best value for money solutions
  • Accreditation preparedness
  • Healthcare and customer service training and education