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Outpatient healthcare design looking to retail and hospitality

March 9, 2017

Healthcare providers are moving their services closer to where their patients live and work and away from the “big box” hospital, according to an article on the Building Design & Construction website.

Outpatient healthcare design is looking to retail and hospitality for inspiration and facilities are getting a fresh look that caters to the new lifestyle design trend.

Healthcare centers are updating their interior design, with emphasis on better lighting and fresh interior design elements and furnishings. 

Patients are seeking a more relaxed “spa like” experience to soothe and calm them while they wait.

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