Future hospital entrance areas designed as a visual statement

July 24, 2020

Future hospitals will be designed to calm nerves and inspire confidence, according to an article on the Loma Linda University website.

 The new glass-walled Galleria entrance to the main lobbies of both the future adult hospital and the expanded Children’s Hospital  will include a new chapel.

The chapel was designed as a visual reminder of Loma Linda University Health’s faith-based focus. 

The area surrounding the Galleria will offer garden areas, natural light and outdoor seating areas for social interaction or quiet reflection. 

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