Interior Design - June 2014

Toronto Birth Centre offers non-hospital option

Project comes from effort to shift to non-acute health services and community-based healthcare centers, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


Healthcare interior design can inspire confidence and reduce stress

Colors, textures, patterns, artwork and graphics should resonate with patients, families and staff


Improving patient outcomes and the bottom line with evidence-based design

Butler County Health Care Center in David City, Neb., is improving patient outcomes, saving money and creating a better work environment by employing evidence-based design in new construction and renovation projects


Chickasaw Nation clinic pays homage to culture

Health Facilities Management 'Last Detail' feature looks at design of Chickasaw Nation Health Clinic in Ardmore, Okla.


Lighting can be designed to mimic night and day

Long-term care facilities can restore a more stable wake/sleep rhythm, according to an article on the Environments for Aging website


Memorial Hermann The Woodlands adds joint replacement facility

A photo tour of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands is offered on the Healthcare Design magazine website


Delaware children's hospital expansion designed with patient input

Healthcare Design magazine offers first look at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children project


ER's cosmetic upgrades reflect culture change

Pennsylvania hospital pledges that emergency patients will see a healthcare providers within 30 minutes


Integrating research into healthcare design

Many design firms are instilling a culture of research and a commitment to metrics that matter, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


N.Y. health facility geared toward men

Tisch Center designed to be a welcoming place for men to get comprehensive healthcare


When healthcare design innovation becomes common, what's next?

Healthcare Design magazine's managing editor, Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, discusses the results of the magazine's annual Design Showcase judging


Wood chair rail Q&A

In a recent Q&A on the FacilityCare website, consultant Brad Keyes answered a question about wood chair rails in a dining room


Design can make a difference in patient experience

Enhancing the patient experience has become a priority since the CMS began linking reimbursements to patient surveys, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


Prefabricated headwalls offer option for change

Prefabricated headwalls in patient spaces can adjust with changing care needs, trends


Creating a patient-centered hospital of the future

Thoughtful design incorporates patient, staff and community needs



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