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Key elements for a healthy medical lounge

August 31, 2017

If the medical care team lounge exists at all today, it’s a drab afterthought, according to an article on the Stanec website.

Taking an evidence-based design approach, the healthcare design team at Stanec wanted explore the kind of spaces a healthcare team needs.

These lounges can promote social interaction and informal information sharing that’s crucial to good organizations.

Hospital lounges should have that buzz of inspiring, collaborative office spaces and are places where medical professionals can collaborate on research or stay up on the latest practices.

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