An important aspect of maintaining health care interiors is paying attention to your window coverings. Broken or damaged window coverings can cost you money, as well as simply look bad.
Research has shown that rubbing your hands together under a warm air hand dryer, increases the amount of bacteria at the surface of the skin. Warm air hand dryers also take longer to dry your hands and most people do not wait until their hands are completely dry before they walk away.
As part of any comprehensive health care office solutions strategy, the state of employee locker rooms shouldn’t be overlooked.
Among the health care office solutions any medical practice needs to develop is the waiting room seating. When deciding on seating, you’ll need to consider factors such as…
Employee locker-room considerations are important in health care facility design because lockers have a real impact on job satisfaction. Lockers may not be at the top of the list of reasons to like a job, but they do matter.
Casework in health care interiors is evolving for the better. Designers are paying more attention than ever to how casework integrates with the operations of the overall facility, so it’s no surprise that the following top casework trends for health care interiors are all intrinsically tied to improving patient care and staff efficiency.
Deciding when to replace nurses’ lockers isn’t an easy decision because old lockers can be repaired. A company with experience in locker room repair can do wonders for aging lockers that are broken or damaged.
If you’re looking to cut costs while designing your health care interiors, one superior option to investigate is the smart use of office partitions.
When you’re looking for health care office solutions, most of the time, standard off-the-shelf furniture usually won’t cut it. This is doubly true for specialty care situations such as outfitting a maternity ward.
When you’re planning your health care facility design, it’s important to try to maximize the environmental benefits of every item you place in it. Careful planning can boost your LEED score and make for a safer working environment for the building’s staff. This can be clearly seen in the current trends in locker usage in health care facility design, which emphasize two things: environmental-consciousness and antimicrobial materials.
- Athletic Equipment
- Basketball Necessities
- Bathroom Accessories
- Batting Cages
- Cafeteria Furniture
- Classroom Chairs
- Exercise Equipment
- Hand Dryers
- Health and Well Being
- Healthcare Furnishings
- High School Lockers
- High School Necessities
- Locker Accessories
- Locker Rooms
- Maintenance & Safety
- Message Boards
- Operable Partitions
- Outdoor Basketball Courts
- School Auditoriums
- School Gyms
- School Necessities
- School Wellness
- Schools K-12
- Science Labs
- Stage Rigging
- Theater Drapes and Stage Curtains
- Toilet Partition
- Washroom Design
- Workplace Accessories
- Workplace Wellness
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