Take a video tour of Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic & Surgery Center, which now includes Cree LED troffers

July 18, 2014

The new 98,000-square-foot Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic & Surgery Center now includes Cree LED troffers, offering superior light quality and exceptional color rendering at an affordable cost, enabling more than $280,000 in anticipated lifetime savings, helping staff to make more accurate medical diagnoses and providing a more comfortable environment for patients. 

The attached video shares helpful information on the benefits of LED lighting to a healthier healthcare industry bottom line and the no-hassle, energy efficient improvement LED technology has on patient care and treatment.

Healthcare organizations spend more than $6.5 billion on energy annually. This means a transition to LED lighting enables healthcare executives looking to invest energy savings into more necessary projects, staff and equipment. Every dollar saved in energy consumption and maintenance gets added to the facility’s bottom line.

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