All of the things in healthcare one could worry about, how is it that waiting rooms have risen to a prominent position in the hierarchy of concerns? Yep, waiting rooms.
One of the first spaces patients and families encounter, the waiting room is traditionally considered a necessary element in every hospital and medical facility, yet it rarely drives the planning process and seldom is subjected to a rigorous review. At best, architects and planners typically follow codes and/or guidelines to determine the number of seats per whatever unit of the area it serves, and then try to make it look nice while accommodating the particular physical needs of the population who will use it. Done.
Not so fast.
Some of the points are
· Make waiting more pleasant
· Give patients something useful to do while they wait
· Reduce or eliminate the need for waiting
Medical interior design is dishing up acute care services right in the communities they serve via a new building type: the micro hospital.
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