4 Considerations When Designing Pediatric Healthcare Units
(Becker's Hospital Review 12/5/2018)
When it comes to design, pediatric healthcare units are different. The tiny patients they care for in these spaces not only require special care, but they require special design choices, too.
However, there’s a fine line between child-friendly and childish. Pediatric healthcare units should incite playfulness and provide hope for all the young patients they serve, without seeming ostentatious. They should also provide adequate space for the parents, guardians and loved ones who will be by these patients’ sides.
Medxcel's VP of Planning, Design & Construction, Dan Scher shared with Becker's Hospital Review 4 considerations when designing pediatric healthcare units.
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