HVAC Design of a Healthcare facility is a Graduation Project for a students group in the 2008 class of Mechanical Engineering at Cairo University. The work is an attempt to show the required procedures towards designing some of the necessary equipment of a typical medical center including a fire tube boiler, a domestic water heat exchanger, an air handling unit (AHU) and the fan coil units (FCUs) with reference to the used methodologies. Design parameters used were based on real life values obtained from acknowledged standards in the relevant topics. In addition, a brief review at the beginning of each chapter discusses and gives a general overview of the various types, practical arrangements and the used materials in the industry of the above equipments. At the very end of the book are simply developed computer programs that quickly generate the different parameters of fire tube boilers and domestic water heat exchanges in addition to another program that resembles the commercial cooling load estimation software packages with additional features such as a detailed psychrometric analysis.