MEP infrastructure can boost patient satisfaction

February 25, 2019

In today’s competitive healthcare marketplace, every advantage is important, according to an article on the Medical Construction & Design website.

One factor in a patient’s experience is an environment where mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems are seamlessly integrated. 

When MEP systems work well, they're not noticed, but when there’s an issue, these systems can be a problem.

When renovating or expanding facilities, optimizing MEP systems can be a challenge when plumbing and medical gas systems could be aging or compromised, and electrical distribution capacities may be at or near capacity, the article said.

Read the article.




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