Category: Healthcare

Dining Furniture: What to Look for When Choosing Cluster Seating

Dining hall tables or employee dining room furniture can take quite the abuse. There are the spills, the constant use and the user who may not…


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Color One of Many Tools that Can Help Create Successful Pediatric Healthcare Facilities, According to Publication

A healthcare magazine that reports on emerging trends, innovative strategies and real-world solutions for hospital leaders recently reported that the use of color is one of…

Hospital Launches $4.5M Children’s Psych Center

The following article originally appeared on July 21, 2015 and is the property of the Richmond BizSense, a media outlet based in Richmond, VA. It is…

Healthcare Giants Form Partnership to Tackle Infection Control in Acute Healthcare Environments

Two healthcare powerhouses have joined forces to combat one of the most serious challenges facing healthcare facilities, staff members that work within these spaces and the…

Healthcare News Source Points to Design, Integrated Care as a Path to Better Patient Outcomes

A leading healthcare news source recently highlighted an emerging trend in which hospitals and other care centers are turning toward a more comprehensive treatment model that…

Outdoor Furniture: 4 Considerations for Your Constant Use Environment

Who hasn’t gathered around an old rickety, wooden picnic table – homemade or otherwise – during a summer barbeque at a friend’s house or in a…

Durable Bedroom Furniture: 3 Materials to Choose from for Your Intensive Use Environment

There’s that old adage that says “you can’t have your cake and eat it, too.” And while this may be true for many things in life,…

Durable Furniture: 5 Advantages of Polyethylene Furniture in Your Intensive-Use Environment

Polyethylene, one of the most common variations of plastic, is often used in the production of bags, bottles, containers and other mass produced items. But did…

Sealed Seam Mattresses: The 3 Levels to Consider for Your Constant Use Environment

Picking the right furniture product can be a challenge for facility managers, architects, interior designers, purchasing agents and other professionals involved with intensive-use spaces such as…

Behavioral Healthcare Tables: 4 Options When Choosing Your Bases

In residential settings, tables may be seen as harmless, inanimate objects where dinner is served, homework is done and gatherings are held. Behavioral healthcare tables serve…