Hazelden Betty Ford facilities designed for homey, healing feel

Behavioral outpatient clinics and residential facilities need more welcoming, respectful interiors

May 24, 2017

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation facilities have been designed for a homey, healing feel, according to an article on the Medical Design and Construction website.

Behavioral outpatient clinics and residential facilities need more welcoming, respectful interiors, the article said.

Interiors designed with warm natural materials and comfortable furnishings not only reduce stigma, they also support a sense of dignity. 

Designing for dignity can positively impact costs, functional capabilities and safety for patients and staff.

Read the article.

 




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