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Remote healthcare locations lead to a new design strategy

October 27, 2017

As healthcare services moving outward to retail spaces, schools and corporate spaces, design considerations are evolving to meet market needs and delivery methods, according to an article on the Health Facilities Management website.

For instance, exam rooms are being designed so they can be modified to meet the needs of different specialists. 

Adaptability is also key. Within a smaller clinic, this may mean that the large group room can be transformed into four exam rooms. 

Designers are also looking at scalability. For build-out within a retail strip mall, this could mean that the plan can grow as the retail shop next door becomes available.

Read the article.



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