Dignity Health $220 million renovation design to focus on 'human kindness'

October 8, 2015

The Dignity Health $220 million renovation's design focused on 'human kindness,' according to an article on the Health Facility Management website.

Feedback from patients and families informed the 39-hospital project that focuses on the physical environment’s impact on patient healing and experience.

The improvements will address the feeling of being welcomed and comfortable in a facility that is easy to navigate and fosters a spiritual, healing environment, the article said.

Patient rooms, emergency departments, nurses’ stations, family and surgery waiting areas, main lobbies, parking areas, gardens and common areas will be improved.

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