Featured in Medical Construction + Design, June 19, 2014.   Environments have the power to set our expectations, lift our spirits and inspire hope. The design of the interior environment can positively affect the expectations of patients and their loved ones. To inspire confidence and reduce stress, the environments must be in sync with an organization’s […]

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Published by Healthcare Construction + Operations, October 2013 In every space people use, furniture is needed and creates an impression. For a space to be functional as well as healing, furniture needs to function in more ways than might be expected in a hotel or office.

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By Paula Crowley (President, Anchor Health Properties) & Patricia Malick, AAHID, EDAC, LGB Published in Facility Care, June 2012 Location. Location. Location.

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As a healthcare interior designer I’ve always seen myself as an advocate.  I think we bring our best efforts forth to our clients when we can imagine every healthcare environment through the eyes of a patient, their families, and their caregivers.

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Can you imagine a time when every healthcare facility is designed with a patient’s health, safety, comfort and well-being in mind? Applying the principles of Evidence-Based Design

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The healing power of nature has been proven to increase patient response to treatment, encourage a feel-better mentality and increase staff satisfaction in their job.

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When people visit medical facilities, particularly those in urban areas where the exterior is often from another era, the interior environment can be a powerful indicator of quality: quality of care, 

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