Qatar hospitals designed for patient safety

January 12, 2018

Three new hospitals in Qatar were build with a patient-centered design stressing safety features, according to an article on the MENAFN website.

The patient rooms' design includes the latest infection control measures, regulated lighting conditions and air quality and noise level monitoring.

The three hospitals have large windows, while spacious corridors and high ceilings that allow for better air circulation.

Most of the wards also have large private rooms with en-suite washroom facilities, ample closet space and in-room televisions.

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