Successful patient room effectiveness depends on unit design

November 14, 2014
Ed LaCasse

A successful patient room's effectiveness depends on the entire unit design. The efficiency of the unit, availability of equipment, travel distance and sight lines to patients should be considered, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. Designers agree that smaller, distributed work areas throughout units are the best approach, the article said.

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