Welcome to Healthmatic
Client update – Coronavirus
As more of our clients are now reopening their toilets, we are doing everything we can to ensure that you can get back to normal as quickly and safely as possible. If you wish to discuss reopening your toilets, please call us 01249 823143. It is important to ensure everything is in place for a safe reopening – please see our back to service plan here.
If you’re interested in our range of products that will help to prevent the spread of the virus within your public toilets, they can be found here.
Healthmatic specialises in the provision and management of Public Toilets, and the implementation of offsite systems for Footfall Counting and Data Capture. Our team of engineers and operatives deliver a comprehensive management service to the wide range of assets we support.
We work with all tiers of local government, tourism areas, environmental groups and transport hubs and have contracts with over 165 public authorities across the UK and Ireland.
Our objective is to provide our clients with products and services which help them reduce their costs while improving the service to the users.
Public toilets do not need to cost the earth. Careful use of automation, targeting resources and strategic charging where necessary will all act to keep the costs to a reasonable level.
Healthmatic designs and manages public toilets in Parks, Streetscene and increasingly Changing Places toilets. We have local managers who will be able to look at your toilets and help you make the right decisions about how best to operate your facilities.
We manage over fifteen hundred offsite locations on behalf of our clients. From outdoor footfall and bicycle counting through to asset monitoring, we have a range of systems for sensing, holding and communicating remote data via our web portal.
Our systems provide objective offsite data back to the desktop in order for our clients to understand and act upon real time information.
As well as managing 650 public toilets for Councils, our team of 15 engineers and over 50 sub contractors have a wide brief and their duties include the management of our access control equipment, Wallgate Hand Wash systems and plumbing.
Within our group, we have skills that cover electrics, plumbing, security and wireless technologies, and manage assets literally from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
Healthmatic provides and maintains access systems for toilets, parks, recreation grounds and public buildings.
Our main products are designed to raise revenue from buildings and spaces like toilets and libraries which are accessible to the public. These can be operated with coins or tokens, as well as contactless cards and Radar keys. We also install timed access solutions and bespoke solutions for community halls.
- Lady squatters – we’re talking to you. 03/08/2020 - Lady squatters and all other women – we need to agree on something, we should ALL sit down to pee! In this time of never-ending shifting sands, there is one thing we know for sure; life as we know it has changed. We are living through a pandemic and the need for improved hygiene is… ... View Article
- City of York Public Toilets 30/07/2020 - In 2013, City of York Council recognised the importance of improving their public toilets and the potential value in doing so. The Healthmatic model, not only modernised and improved the quality of facilities provided for public use but also reduced the annual operating costs by over 80%. "...the results far exceeded our expectations, the facilities… ... View Article
- Lush House Public Toilets now open with Changing Places Facilities 27/07/2020 - Lush House Public Toilets, at the entrance of Queen Elizabeth Gardens, are now open following a major refurbishment. Salisbury City Council has worked with Healthmatic to add a fantastic Changes Places facility which is available for people whose needs cannot be met by standard accessible toilets. Facilities have been added such as a height adjustable… ... View Article
“Healthmatic have made a massive contribution to the development of public toilets across the UK.”
British Toilet Association