Category: Healthcare

Sara Marberry: Quality Healthcare Not About the Building – Really?

This guest blog post was written by Sara Marberry, a knowledge expert and thought catalyst in healthcare design with extensive marketing, speaking, writing and social media…


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3 Chair Base Options for Your Facility’s Common Areas

So you’re in the market for new chairs for your continuous-use common area, and you know the color you need to match the room’s aesthetic. You…

New Edition of Healthcare Design Guidelines Comes with Changes Big and Small

Considered one of the top go-to sources for the healthcare industry, the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities will for the first time…

5 Table Considerations for Employee Dining Rooms

Employee dining rooms and break rooms can be much more than just a spot for workers to scarf down their food, wash their hands, then return…

Featured Installation: Western State Hospital – Staunton, VA.

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Ganging vs. Bolting vs. Ballasting vs. Freestanding: How Secure Will Your Chairs Be?

You’ve chosen your chair manufacturer, picked out your chair and are now considering what colors to choose and if you want upholstery. You might even be…

Featured Installation: McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, UT

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White Paper: Top Design and Furniture Considerations for Patient Safety in Veterans Affairs Mental Health Facilities

Selecting and installing furniture and fixtures and implementing design that meet the needs of a diverse veteran population can be a challenge for Department of Veterans…

Featured Installation: Universal Health System Parkwood Behavioral Health System

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Upholstered Chairs for Healthcare Facilities: When to Use and What Materials to Consider

Research shows that the look and feel of a healthcare facility can assist in the recovery and healing process for patients and help create a sense…