A well-designed healthcare environment can influence the behaviour and actions of patients, their families and medical personnel, as well as their interactions with one another.
For example, a welcoming interior helps stimulate social interactions by encouraging loved ones and family to visit sick people, which can be an important healing factor for patients. The decor of a hospital thus tends to resemble that of a hotel, without renouncing the technical criteria of functionality of a medical establishment.
Following this approach, three major trends in flooring in the healthcare sector have been identified.
Trend 1: Human
This trend is characterized by the desire to make the hospital environment more humane, in response to a clear demand from patients, as well as their friends and relatives. In particular, this involves special attention to the treatment of spaces, emphasizing the use of colours and light to create a soft and serene atmosphere.
The creation of a link with the outdoor space, thanks to rooms with a view on a garden or a patio, is also a decisive feature. This trend aims to ensure the following aspects:
Comfort and comfort
Serene and gentle atmosphere
Acoustic comfort and warm and natural materials
Natural and therapeutic environments
Trend 2: Connectivity
By 2040, patients will be more involved in managing their own health. According to specialists’ forecasts, hospitals will no longer be defined by their size or number of beds, but by the level of additional services they provide.
Smaller, more specialized hospitals will grow, while home treatments will increase. The future of hospitals will no longer be based only on access to medical facilities, but also on the comfort and quality of reception.
Completely in tune with this prediction of the future of the hospital, the trend in connectivity aims to make the technological world aesthetically more pleasant and comfortable, with pure functionality no longer the only criterion.
Hospitals want to be seen as a place where patients can enjoy life to the fullest. As a result, thehospital space plannersenvisioned solutions not only for the buildings themselves, but also for their interiors, designed as more open, welcoming and generous living spaces. The hospital becomes a positive and modern environment, connected to the outside world. This trend aims to ensure the following aspects:
Added value to stimulate and humanize
High tech effect
Pure lines and organic shapes
Contemporary design style
Trend 3: Nature
Experts predict that health will take centre stage in the future, with more green spaces preserved to contribute to healthy living outdoors. In addition, hospitals will have to comply with more and more obligations, for example, in terms of environmental policy.
At present, architects recognize the importance of sustainable development and define solutions to reduce the energy costs of hospitals, which are generally energy-intensive buildings.
The architecture, equipment and decor of the hospital aim to respect and promote nature, while maintaining the level of reception and quality of treatment of patients. This trend aims to ensure the following aspects:
Natural and soothing shades
Healthy and ecological materials
Respect for nature
Low power consumption solutions
Natural and recyclable raw materials
To get the benefits of implementing these trends in your hospital and to give your hospital a positive and comfortable environment, we recommend you to contact hospital consultancy firms in India
The success of a hospital structure depends on the harmonious work of investors, doctors, nurses, hospital managers, consultants, architects and other technical disciplines from the very beginning to the end of the project design process.
At the medical planning stage, many criteria such as horizontal and vertical relations of departments, relations of sterile and non-sterile spaces, relations of inpatient and outpatient patients should be defined correctly.
These complex relationships require a mathematical and sensitive approach to the subject. In addition, the design, material and colour selection decisions determine the psychological effect of the hospital structure on its users.
Hospital users are not only patients, but healthy people who come for control, it should not be ignored in this process, including the relatives of the patients who come to visit patients.
It is necessary to consider the product that will emerge in the hospital project not only as a structure, but as a living organism that renews itself and changes rapidly, and for this, we advise you to take help of hospital project consultants in India.
It is important to foresee how the needs program, which we have at the beginning of the project planning process, will evolve in the future, in order to create a structure that can adapt to it from the very beginning.
The correct application of this approach will reduce the additional costs that may arise in the future and in most cases will prevent being unsolved in the face of renewed needs.
When starting the design process, it is important to define all these parameters correctly and transfer them to the project for the successful emergence of the hospital.
In addition, these decisions positively affect both the project design period and the construction and operating costs. A correctly drawn up clinic design project must take into account various force majeure circumstances, including the need to transport seriously ill patients.
The experts of Astron Healthcare are always ready to prepare a hospital space planning design project for a medical centre, a children’s sanatorium, a hospital and a narrow-profile clinic.
MEDICAL FACILITY PROJECTS ARE CARRIED OUT IN SEVERAL STAGES
In order for the construction project of a medical centre or any other medical facility to be completed at a high professional level, it is important to carefully consider each step at each stage of the design.
The work of hospital space planners is based on several key stages:
Preparation of sketches: A very important step, during which a complete project for the construction of a medical centre is being drawn up – the issue of planning the building, the height and area of the facility, the location of the parking lot and the landscaping of the surrounding area is being resolved.
The architectural part: At this stage, the project of a medical centre becomes more understandable from the inside – specialists work out the internal placement of offices and rooms inside the building, the location of stairs and corridors, emergency exits, and select the optimal fireproof materials for construction.
Constructive stage: Another important step is for the design of the resort, hospitals, clinics and other medical institutions to fully comply with standards. Experts calculate all loads and determine the type of materials for construction, interior and exterior decoration.
Engineering training: At the final stage, a project is prepared for hospital ventilation, water supply, power grids and other engineering structures. Particular attention is paid to fire safety and the installation of autonomous electricity sources.
Around the world, national healthcare emergency plans have struggled to cope with the force of Covid-19, with healthcare facilities and critical care systems buckling under extraordinary pressure. Faced with a massive inrush of long-term intensive care patients, overstretched hospitals have often had to rely on medical evacuations organized by regional health agencies and even the army. In a growing number of countries, this is leading to a complete rethink concerning the way hospitals are designed.
Flexibility is now the most valuable ingredient of healthcare buildings. Even before COVID, there was a growing realization that buildings of every kind needed to be more flexible, as technological change far outpaces the development cycle. The pandemic has added powerfully to the case for flexibility – intruding operations in every part of the built environment and promising to disrupt markets for many years to come.
In this article, we have specified the top ten areas where we see change coming.
1. Improving Infection Prevention
The hospital’s infection control/prevention unit is going to become a much louder voice in many design meetings going forward. There will be increased demand to make design features more easily cleaned and use surfaces that withstand harsh chemicals. More health systems will use UV light or disinfecting mists in high- and medium-risk areas. Low-risk areas like exam rooms will need more thorough cleaning rules and room turnover processes. All this needs to be done without losing the warmth and hospitality of today’s healthcare designs.
2. Increasing isolation room capacity
The biggest transformation most facilities have undertaken during the pandemic is expanding the number of isolation rooms. Going forward, hospitals will need collections of rooms and entire units and wings that can be negatively pressurized and cut off from the rest of the hospital in a pandemic. These units will need easy ways to get patients in from the ED, as well as trash out, without going through the entire hospital premises. While antechambers are not required in the Facility Guidelines Institute’s guidance, design teams will still need to address how staff can remove PPE without corrupting the hallway outside isolated patient care areas.
3. Limiting shared staff spaces.
Many of the assumptions that we have used earlier in designing staff spaces may need to be reconsidered, including the size and division of workstations within a staff workspace, the number of people in an office, and the number of people sharing each workstation. Large, shared break rooms and locker rooms may be excluded in favor of smaller, more discrete spaces. Additionally, administrative departments may be relocated off-site, or work-from-home arrangements may be devised to lessen the staff on campus. The numbers of students and merchants onsite at a given time may be limited, too.
4. Patients must be triaged by paramedics before they enter the ED.
The predominance of tents outside of EDs during this crisis, and their susceptibility to weather events, points to a need to help our clients re-envision the triage and intake process. We need alternatives to triage people before they walk in the front door, including tele-triage, apps, and multiple entries and waiting solutions, based upon medical needs. Overflow facilities that are external to the hospital need to be resolute, durable, and quickly erected, with utility connections planned for and already in place.
5. Re-imagining waiting rooms and public spaces.
Nobody liked the waiting room earlier, but now it seems unimaginable that people will be willing to sit next to possibly infectious strangers while they wait for an appointment or a loved one’s procedure. Trends like self-check-in and self-rooming will accelerate to reduce interactions with other people. Patients and families will be prompted to wait outside or in their car. All public spaces including waiting rooms, lobbies, and dining facilities will have to be carefully planned, structured, and designed to create a greater physical separation between people, with appropriate queuing.
6. Planning for inpatient surge capacity.
The design of the healthcare organization must be such that it can easily accommodate double or triple the number of patients. The hospital planning team must rethink how they can convert surgical prep and PACU into overflow ICUs. They need to explore through every building system (HVAC, E-power, med gas, etc.) to make sure that the design should be such that the services to these units can meet the vastly increased patient and equipment load.
7. Finding surge capacity in outpatient centers.
The continued growth in mobile or ambulatory care will resume as soon as our current crisis passes. Because many of these facilities are often owned by healthcare systems and already have emergency power or limited medical gasses, they have the potential to provide faster flood capacity, with fewer disruptions, than the field hospitals being erected in hotels and convention centers. As we develop outpatient clinics, freestanding EDs, and ambulatory surgery centers, we need to consider the infrastructure that is necessary for these facilities to support sicker patients during the next pandemic.
8. Inventories for greater supply chain control.
Hospitals and health systems are looking for greater control of their supply chain and will likely stockpile key supplies, equipment, and medication to avoid future supply shortages. They may develop acquisition agreements with third-party supply and equipment vendors for stockpiles they cannot afford to maintain on their own and will expect greater support from their group purchasing organizations. Some stockpiles may be at individual hospitals, while larger systems may maintain supplies regionally or nationally. We will need to design facilities to house these inventories as well as systems to maintain, refresh, and replenish them.
9. Telemedicine’s impact on facility sizes.
Many service lines will likely need smaller outpatient centers in the future as telemedicine reduces the need for exam rooms, waiting rooms, and support spaces. Telemedicine has flourished throughout this crisis, allowing clinicians to perform routine check-ups and triage with patients without putting either doctor or patient at risk. While the future reimbursement for telemedicine is unclear, the impact on these designs will be enormous. The technology is relatively cheap, physicians can see more patients in the same amount of time, and there are virtually no space requirements.
10. Isolation operating rooms and cath labs.
Setting up key spaces that allow for social distancing in design will be predominant. Healthcare entrances will need to consider queuing in line with social distancing and biometric temperature screening requirements.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on how to operate on an infectious patient require that the operating room remain positively pressurized, that it stays sealed throughout the surgery, and that no activity takes place within the room for an extended time after intubation and extubation. While important, these processes greatly extend the length of surgical cases and limit staff mobility in and out of the room before, during, and after cases. To function more effectively and efficiently, many more hospitals will want ORs and cath labs with the proper airflow and design to protect the patient from surgical infection while protecting the staff in the room and the surrounding facility from the patient. This will need the addition of pressurized anterooms from the OR to both the hallway and the surgical core or control room, careful balancing of HVAC systems, and modeling of airflow within the lab or the operating room itself to ensure that potentially contaminated air is drawn away from the staff to minimize the risk of infection.
Healthcare planners, architects, and designers must take a leading role in creating safer healthcare spaces in a post-COVID-19 world. Executing these types of innovative strategies along with the recommendations of distancing and avoiding contact will let patients receive care in safer spaces.
Unlike most healthcare design trends that develop over several years, these changes have already become essential in just a few short weeks, as hospitals and health systems are forced to figure out how to take emergency changes with limited supplies and resources. In the coming years, healthcare organizations will need to adjust their operations for future pandemics, codes will need to be rewritten to safely meet these new situations, and government grants will be necessary to promote hospitals to make these changes permanent.
The healthcare design industry has a responsibility now to help reimagine the future of healthcare design to best lodge these new operational realities.
The waiting rooms of an oncology hospital are very special places. During the treatment process against the disease, which can be very long, these spaces become the routine environment of patients. Patients who usually face long waits and moments of high emotional load and stress.
History and classic concept of waiting rooms in hospitals
In recent times, efforts are being made to improve patient care and patient satisfaction scores. What’s more, patient-centred care is becoming increasingly fashionable. Yet surveys continue to show that waiting rooms are a deciding factor in patient satisfaction.
It is a fact that waiting rooms have been a stagnant concept until a few years ago that has not evolved much since its inception. The main improvements have come from the hand of technology, with informative screens.
For the rest, the main changes have been purely aesthetic, changing the furniture, lighting or some aspects of the decoration; without stopping to make other types of changes that result in a greater humanization of the experience.
And the only certain thing is that thousands of cancer patients spend hours in waiting rooms every day.
Aesthetics are important, but at Astron Healthcare, their hospital designers & planners believe it is time to reflect deeply and re-examine the purpose of waiting rooms. What is its functionality? How can we make them as pleasant places as possible for patients?
Why are cancer waiting rooms so important?
The waiting room is usually the first contact the patient has with medical oncology and radiation oncology services. This is where any support strategy, both psychological and emotional, should begin.
Although most people may think that a waiting room is a place of little importance, the truth is that it is a space that can radically change people’s lives. However, in it we will spend some of the most distressing and stressful moments of our lives.
Next, we leave you with some relevant data about these spaces, which allow us to get a good idea of their importance.
Patients typically spend an average of 8 weeks in oncology waiting rooms.
Various studies indicate that the average consultation time is just over 9 minutes. However, the waiting time can be as long as 5 or 6 hours.
Almost all patients agree that waiting times are endless, something that has a very negative influence on their moods.
Without a doubt, oncology waiting rooms represent a delicate environment that requires a rethinking of the way of understanding space, as well as a new methodology to care for patients.
There is scientific evidence that shows the influence of architecture on people’s health. For example, a study published in the 1980s in the journal Science showed that patients who had views of green surroundings from their hospital room spent less time in hospital and needed fewer pain relievers.
This direct relationship between the hospital space planning designand the results obtained highlights not only the potential that architectural design has in the recovery of patients, but also the economic repercussions it entails for healthcare institutions.
The health system is an integral part of the socio-economic organism. So that the clinics do not become patients themselves, they must be continuously adapted to medical progress and social and economic change.
The hospital buildings in particular are increasingly caught in the field of tension between functionality, economy and architecture.
Hospitals are always watched with eagle eyes by the public. One reads of growing cost pressure and the threat of staff shortages. Indeed, clinics have to deal with the changes continuously. Only the flexible hospitals will survive.
In this context, it is the order of the day to adjust the effectiveness and efficiency and to continuously optimize the everyday clinical and medical processes.
And it’s not just the patients who demand full attention: recruiting employees is now a key factor in ensuring future viability and sustainability in the competition among hospitals.
In an increasingly competitive and increasingly complex environment, both interest groups have increasing expectations of modern clinics. This also has consequences for the aesthetic, architectural and building ecological aspects of the building.
However, the complexity of the requirements for modern healthcare buildings and especially for the clinical processes in hospitals can only be understood by those who have got to know the industry from the bottom up.
Especially in the consulting phase- before the actual planning- it is critical that no essential aspect of the later routine operation is forgotten.
The building structures of modern clinics have a significant influence on internal clinical processes and ultimately, indirectly and directly, on the quality of patient care, patient safety and the individual economic controllability of the hospital.
With such a complex construction project, hospital space planners can make the concept, planning and implementation much more efficient – and later operation becomes clearer and therefore more sustainable and safe.
At the beginning of hospital planning, there should be a careful analysis and planning of all factors that enable efficient and sustainable hospital operations. The architect and planner play a key role here.
Many hospitals carry out construction work without consulting architects and contractors and without taking into account developments in occupancy, staffing and process organization.
In the case of renovations and new buildings, it is important to observe the facility’s internal processes, patient orientation and the (future) economic framework.
In this way, building structures can be created that enable both optimal work processes and optimized routing for the benefit of the patient.
Since the services or the focus of services often change over time, rooms must be flexible in use. As part of an optimized space planning, there is a unique opportunity to realize significant material and personnel cost savings by optimizing processes, using synergies and solving minimum staffing problems.
The supply and infrastructure are also important aspects that need to be considered in the context of a construction project.
Ultimately, an innovative building structure has to be implemented that allows us to stick to tried and tested processes, to manage patient flows in a meaningful way and at the same time to optimize the paths of employees.
Contacting hospital planners in India ensures that the construction measures implemented later do not stand in the way of future process and structural improvements.
The buildings that are currently built for the health sector require a series of very specific requirements from the architects and engineers who are in charge of planning and building them.
On the one hand, it is important to be able to guarantee the proper functioning of the treatments and, on the other hand, patients need a pleasant environment in which they can achieve an adequate recovery.
For this reason, it is important to know what the construction of hospitals will be like in the future and to start thinking more about the expression “therapeutic architecture” to innovate the concepts of hospital construction.
The growing need to build better-equipped and better-structured hospitals makes attractive design concepts more important, with patient care and amenities always in mind so that medical and nursing staff can perform their functions effectively.
Hospitals are complex buildings that provide a variety of varied functions in virtually one location. Sterile and non-sterile areas have to be very strictly separated from each other.
Operating rooms and intensive care units, on the other hand, must be very close to each other.
Treatment rooms, laboratories, offices, and cafeterias are part of the standard facilities of a hospital and must be taken into account.
At the same time, architects and engineers should think about creating a patient-friendly environment that harmonizes with functional aspects.
The current hospital architecture is trying to find ways to promote and improve healing processes, as well as offering guidance, clarity and safety to patients.
This can be accomplished with things like innovative color and light concepts, novel materials, and modular constructions. In addition, it has also innovated in all aspects related to hospital equipment, making them work better within the hospital.
Hospital innovation in construction issues
The design of green, energy-efficient, and green construction projects has gradually gained attention in the construction of hospital buildings.
In the health sector, the so-called ” Green Hospital ” is a concept that is beginning to redefine the way health care facilities are built to protect the environment and, at the same time, help save human lives.
Only a holistic and interdisciplinary approach can adequately combine the arrangement of the rooms and the concept of organization as a whole.
In this context, it is important to develop a planning system that includes patient flow designs, hospital demand, and the determination of the necessary space for the construction of hospitals.
The greater the amount of energy consumed in a hospital, the greater the release of toxic waste into the environment, causing damage that can put human lives at risk, causing disease and death.
The shift to building sustainable sanitation facilities is primarily focused on reducing the carbon burden on hospitals, thereby ensuring the safety of its occupants, staff, and patients. In a hospital, lighting, water heating, and heating represent high energy consumption.
Therefore, it is essential that construction involves incorporating green designs and concepts into the process to reduce the impact on the environment, decrease operating costs, and increase energy efficiency.
The atmosphere of comfort and tranquility when visiting a medical institution is something that can extremely positively affect the mood of each visitor or patient without any medication.
Every doctor knows this, therefore any medical institution, whether it be a hospital, a polyclinic, or a private clinic, strives to ensure that the interior of the room meets not only the relevant standards but is also comfortable for any of the visitors.
Each patient has the right to choose the medical center that he likes and whose specialists he trusts to solve problems with his health.
This choice is influenced by the first impression that remains when visiting the institution. Upholstered furniture, warm colors in the interior, flowers, maybe the corresponding decor items – all this together favorably affects the opinion of a person about this place, and he will visit it with pleasure.
When we think of hospitals we think of something sterile, gloomy or like a building where design is not very important. However, more and more the exterior and interior of medical centers is gaining importance. In this article, today we will tell you more about it.
The hospital space planning designevolves and for the better. It is not strange then with the irruption of new technologies, the IoT, the theme of smart buildings. Increasingly, the exterior and interior of medical centers is becoming more important. The motives of having good designs are:
Improve image and productivity: we associate hospitals or medical centers as shady places where comfort does not reign. Today, this is changing: more importance is given to light, to colors.
The spaces continue to comply with hygiene and safety regulations, what changes is that now the experience of patients is valued, and not only patients but also medical personnel.
Both the interior and exterior designs of medical centers are thought to improve mood, useful for a better recovery and to make you feel better.
Providing security: It is a basic element in the design of hospitals and medical centers. The exterior and interior design of medical centers is key, as it can affect mobility to control and prevent the spread of diseases, easy to clean surfaces or ensure that you can attend to all patients who enter.
Make a good first impression on both patients and staff: A good first impression is as important as safety, as it depends on their return.
To do this, the exterior and interior design must look clean and sterile, but it must also be efficient and effective. According to hospital designers & planners, the first thing you see is the exterior, so you must see a clean exterior or a manicured garden. It does not mean that there are plants or vegetation, but rather a welcoming and hospitable feeling.
Be efficient: both in the exterior and interior design of medical centers, it is essential to be efficient. It is key to know that the use of light helps visual performance and patient recovery or that controlling noise can improve efficiency.
As well as standardizing the position of the elements of the room can improve staff productivity.
Hospitals are institutions in charge of assisting people who come to it for reasons of diagnosis or treatment of diseases. They require medical professionals to carry out their function.
Likewise, medical equipment capable of facilitating the maneuver is necessary, generating greater productivity in hospitals by allowing more people to be attended to on a daily basis.
Another of the fundamental factors of hospitals is having an adequate structure and design, playing a very important role in the safety that must be offered to all people who are in it, such as patients, companions and work personnel.
Typically, patients prefer to attend hospitals that maintain an infrastructure and high-quality designs.
The ultimate goal of hospitals is to apply treatments to people who come to medical centers to find a solution to their disease, through medical professionals and teams. However, this is not the only important thing.
Although it may not seem like it, the infrastructure plays a very important role in the optimal care that should be given in hospitals, thus influencing the treatment that these people need for their speedy recovery.
Before carrying out the construction of hospitals it is essential that a study is carried out and it is verified if the designs of the structures are the most appropriate to fulfill the purposes of the health center.
Importance of the Structure
Hospitals are institutions designed to provide medical care to people who require treatments to combat the diseases they are suffering from.
For this reason, it is important to design the appropriate spaces by hospital management consultancy in India to carry out treatments or surgeries. They should be spacious areas, in which it is possible to include all the necessary medical equipment.
All facilities must be organized according to the needs of patients, and have sufficient medical personnel. For example, emergencies and consultations cannot be found in the same room.
Another reason why structure and design are important is that it allows organization, making it easier for patients who require treatments to go to the specific area where the medical teams are capable of assisting them.
Structure designs must cover all areas of hospitals, from emergency rooms, surgery rooms, and even patient rooms.
How to Plan?
To carry out a good and efficient construction of hospitals, it is important to consider the following ways, these being the keys that allow obtaining better results in this process.
To guarantee the best facilities for patients, a hospital equipment planners’ team must be assigned in which each member is assigned a responsibility.
It is normal to require several people to execute the planning of the structures. They should include engineers, architects, interior designers, and medical planners.
Every detail must be taken into account, although certain things are not important, according to the owners’ criteria, it is important to study them. This is the case of areas such as parking, waiting rooms, among others.
Other Keys to Construction
The planning of the structures by hospital space planners should cover all possible areas, because there are varieties of diseases that affect different parts of the body.
For example, creating specific areas such as the area of dermatology, cardiology, trauma, among others, allows them to have all the necessary medical equipment.
It is important that the standards of the medical industry are met, especially when planning for operating rooms.
Procuring a joyful atmosphere in hospital design is one way to create a space that transmits positive vibes to people, especially patients.
Hospital management faces complex challenges that influence your short and long-term goals on a large scale. Without well-structured strategic planning, a modern health establishment may be at the mercy of its own complexities, and its services and prospects may be severely compromised and impaired. In times of economic instability in the country, the ability to make well-founded decisions and anticipate difficulties is critical to the survival and sustainability of any hospital.
For the success of a strategic planning it will be necessary for the hospital space planners to clearly formulate ‘the intended future’. In addition to that, it is essential that all sectors of the organization are also speaking the same language.
The key points for creating objective, practical, flexible strategic planning aligned with ambitious and challenging goals. Hospital management consultancy services can take a hospital organization to a new level of stability, differentiated immersion in the market and efficiency in health services.
Success monitoring – organization and accurate information
The first step towards formulating effective planning for hospital management is the acquisition of accurate and qualified information. The hospital needs to have tools available to permanently monitor its performance in all areas. The financial sector is in need of immediate responses on expenses with the acquisition and maintenance of equipment, payments to professional teams, costs of treatments, hospitalizations and medications, as well as current and future billings.
The established objectives, aligned to the sectoral indicators, hospital planners in India will diagnose and demonstrate the quality of the services currently offered by the hospital: mortality and morbidity rate, infections associated with therapies, agility in critical conditions, among others.
Another important factor is that all these data contribute harmoniously to central hospital management.In many cases, all information is fragmented into poorly functioning nuclei – leaving the administration unaware of what is really going on in the hospital. Many times, the modernization and restructuring of information management allows the formation of a clear image of all the facets and dynamics of a hospital establishment, which will create a solid basis for realistic and applicable future planning.
Analysis of weaknesses and opportunities
The management of a hospital – like any other undertaking – must be able to perceive its qualities as well as its weaknesses and how these characteristics are aligned with its internal visions. In some cases, it should be evaluated in which area the hospital should focus its energies and resources; whether it is, what is already working well and what can improve or what is deficient and can get worse. Having a sincere approach to the problems that affect the quality of the hospital necessarily implies creating a well-defined platform that favors the inclusion of innovative and efficient solutions, investing time in opportunities that have never been seen before.
The administration needs a critical analysis of the market sector in which they are immersed and what in fact is the weight that the establishment has in this. The particular characteristics of such a market share should always be taken into account by hospital designers & planners when planning future hospital actions.
Anticipation and flexibility
With a solid internal and external data system and a clear vision of the market and the aspirations of the administrative area, the hospital manages to survive innumerable obstacles that commonly affect the health sector.
We constantly hone our skills, performing and developing designs for many hospitals and clinics, which are extremely positively reflected in the general mood of both the entire staff and visitors.
Design project of medical centres
Each patient has the right to choose the medical centre that he likes and whose specialists he trusts to solve problems with his health. This choice is influenced by the first impression that remains when visiting the institution.
Upholstered furniture, warm colours in the interior, flowers, maybe the corresponding decor items – all this together favourably affects the opinion of a person about this place, and he will visit it with pleasure. The design project of the medical centre consists not only in the availability of modern equipment. This includes:
Proper zoning of the room.
At first glance, this does not represent anything complicated, but in fact, planning the location of the rooms, their area, the width of the rooms, the place for the necessary upholstered furniture so that nothing interferes with each other and does not create problems for workers and visitors is not easy.
According to hospital designers & planners, the decoration of the medical office of the centre is, first of all, fireproof and non-toxic materials that can be easily cleaned and cleaned. If this is an operating room, then special requirements are imposed on the selection of materials.
The interior in the lobby of the centre implies a friendly atmosphere, which is why modern decoration materials are used here that are suitable in colour and texture to the general appearance of the room.
The interior of the medical centre is also well-constructed ventilation and air conditioning system, lighting. We will help you create a home environment for each patient.
Private Clinic Project
A modern private medical clinic, for example, dental or cosmetology, is an example of a welcoming environment, decorated with taste and using various decorative elements. A beautiful interior is a prerequisite in the health industry.
In order for the clinic’s interior to deliver maximum aesthetic pleasure, when creating a design project it is necessary to proceed from the general concept of the institution. The interior design of a private clinic, drawn up by specialists, will help to solve several problems:
Emphasize the individuality of the institution;
Optimize the work of all employees;
Hint at the high quality of the services provided.
The design project of the medical clinic, ordered from hospital space planners, guarantees a welcoming atmosphere that will appeal to every visitor.
Hospital designs are very detailed especially in terms of interior design and require intensive reading and separate expertise in line with regulations. Not all interior design firms are competent to carry out interior design projects of hospitals and health centres.
Hospital projects, designed with teams of architects and interior designers who specialize in this field, are created by taking into account both the medical and legal conditions and regulations, the comfort of outpatient and inpatients and their relatives, and the functionality required by healthcare professionals.