Archive for the ‘Healthcare Furniture and Layouts’ Category

4 Trends in Healthcare Furniture That Benefit Everyone

Friday, June 1st, 2018
healthcare furniture

Let your patients and their loved ones know that they are in the best hands with these healthcare furniture and facility design trends.

In all healthcare facilities, furniture is important for everyone walking through your doors. Ensuring the comfort of all patients and their friends and families should be one of your top priorities. Let your patients and their loved ones know that they are in the best hands with these healthcare furniture and facility design trends. (more…)

Ensure Your Patients’ Comfort with These Waiting Room Design Tips

Friday, April 27th, 2018
waiting room

These simple guidelines will help you design the most accommodating, patient-oriented waiting room for your practice.

The way your waiting room is designed says a lot about who you and your practice are. You want to give a good impression to your patients and make them feel as comfortable as possible while they are waiting for their appointment. It’s also important that you remember that there’s more than just your patients sitting in the waiting room — their friends and family members are usually there with them as well. Make sure that you’re accommodating people who will be sitting your waiting room even longer than some of your patients might be. These simple guidelines will help you design the most accommodating, patient-oriented waiting room for your practice. (more…)

How to Improve Your Healthcare Waiting Room Design

Monday, January 22nd, 2018
Healthcare Textiles

Learn how to improve a healthcare waiting room design.

Designers in the healthcare industry have more opportunities now than ever to enhance waiting room décor with more details that will improve the patient experience. Although many people overlook the waiting room experience, others include in their overall appointment. Here are a few ways to improve the design. (more…)

The Current Trends in Medical Furniture

Friday, July 28th, 2017

As healthcare facilities today strive to create more responsive and needs-specific environments, innovative furniture and design techniques can play a transformative role. Facilities are finding the benefits of converting traditionally stark, clinical interiors into functional, aesthetic, and positive spaces.  They found this improves patient satisfaction, facilitates healing, enhances visitor comfort, and even increases employee productivity. Hospitals today are being shaped by furniture and design advances, enabling organizations to improve care quality while delivering a superior overall patient experience.

Learn more about the current trends of medical furniture!

Learn more about the current trends of medical furniture!

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Bariatric Furniture Myths, Busted!

Friday, June 30th, 2017
furniture

Finding the best bariatric furniture is easier than you think!

Shopping for healthcare furniture can be an intimidating task, especially when you look at all of the different types available. One of the most needed types of healthcare furniture currently is bariatric furniture. Bariatric furniture is designed to accommodate people at a higher body weight and larger size. While bariatric furniture is necessary for every healthcare facility, there are many lingering myths about it that prevent healthcare practitioners from purchasing it. Today we will be busting some of the most common myths about this type of healthcare furniture. (more…)

Ergonomics in Lab Design

Friday, June 9th, 2017
lab design

Creating the perfect lab design requires ergonomics.

Building a lab can be a difficult task, getting all the equipment to fit and make sense aesthetically can be a challenge so considering ergonomics can seem like an excessive unnecessary step. Ergonomics is simply the study of what increases productivity and efficiency; considering ergonomics in the design of your lab can save you time and stress in the future.Today we will explore why ergonomic design is important to consider when designing your lab. (more…)

Commercial Healthcare Design Do’s And Don’ts

Thursday, April 13th, 2017
commercial design

Designing a healthcare facility is easier than you think.

The waiting room of your commercial healthcare facility has to serve a wide range of patients, family members, staff members, and healthcare professionals every day. As a result, it can be tricky to design a space that meets those varied needs and provides a great first impression at the same time. Here are some of our top commercial healthcare design do’s and don’t’s to guide you throughout your design process.   (more…)

The Best Trends In Exam Rooms And Dental Offices

Thursday, February 16th, 2017
exam room and dental office

Create a modern exam room and dental office for your patients!

These days medical equipment is much smaller than it used to be. These changes allow the design of exam rooms and dental offices change as well. (more…)

The Value of a Quality Hospital Bed

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
A good hospital bed can significantly improve the quality of life for your patients.

A good hospital bed can significantly improve the quality of life for your patients.

Hospital beds are incredibly important for patients that may be bedridden. Unlike regular beds, hospital beds maximize comfort for patients who need to use them for extended periods of time. Their customizable features also make them easily adjustable. Here are a few reasons why a quality hospital bed is so important for your patients:
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How ACA is Shaping Interior Design Trends in Healthcare

Friday, July 22nd, 2016
interior design trends

The ACA is changing interior design trends in the Medical industry.

Many interior designers see healthcare as the less interesting side of the design world, but the importance of interior design for medical facilities cannot be understated. And with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, designers must be able to adapt to the changing circumstances of the healthcare industry. The ACA reimburses healthcare providers for outcomes (patient satisfaction, fewer readmissions) instead of services rendered, which means design that improves the patient experience has never been more important. Here are just a few of the growing trends in healthcare interior design practices. (more…)