Interior Design - October 2014
Cancer center includes 'quiet room'
Comprehensive Care Center within Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C., has a space for contemplation
London STD clinic designed to overcome stigma
Facility has a boutique-like, inviting atmosphere defying preconceptions
On-site corporate clinics becoming more common
On-site clinics can help control employee healthcare costs and attract and retain talent, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website
Manhattan medical center tailored for men
Preston Robert Tisch Center For Men's Health created an environment where men would feel comfortable in both sickness and in health, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website.
Winning facility design for men 'strong but vulnerable'
Men's clinic designs' role in preventative care discussed in a blog on the Healthcare Design website
Designing a welcoming waiting room
Today's patients want a waiting room that is inviting and that makes them feel valued
Medical recliners can help providers with ACA requirements
Recliners with an 'open design' let fluids slip and fall to the floor. Swing-away arms and removable seats allow easy cleaning access to all chair parts.
Designing a better patient experience
Healthcare facilities focus on physical spaces to aid healing, satisfaction
Integrated care can benefit from psychiatric facility design
Providing treatment for both medical and psychiatric illnesses in one location can be beneficial to the patient as long as the space is designed for safety, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website