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How do I save space, but still promote medical point-of-sale products?

By imedspace | March 14, 2018 |

Space Saving Tips: Most product displays for medical point-of-sale items such as podiatry footwear accessories, dental hygiene items, dermatology or med-spa skincare products can be beautifully located on walls instead of taking up expensive square footage and walkway areas. When considering check-out product display, think about moving these smaller items from already crowded check-out countertops…

How do I plan for Multi-Purpose Rooms in a Medical Office?

By imedspace | February 2, 2018 |

Are you looking for ways to more efficiently plan your next medical office suite? Consider evaluating the amount of square footage that you plan to dedicate to non-revenue producing spaces, like the break, conference and classroom functions. First, look into available resources such as shared conference rooms which your building may offer to its tenants. Larger atriums or entry…

Why should I consider Barn Doors for Exam rooms, Office, or Clinic Spaces?

By imedspace | January 24, 2018 |

What’s new in Space Reduction for Medical Office Suites? There are many ways to decrease rentable square footage.  One solution includes the use of commercial-quality “Barn Doors” for exam rooms, offices or clinical spaces. Barn doors are sliding doors suspended from a rod over the doorway, mounted on the corridor side of a room.  The…

imedical attends 2017 Healthcare Real Estate Southeast Interface Conference

By imedspace | December 21, 2017 |

imedical space planning was an exhibitor-sponsor for the November 2017 Healthcare Real Estate Southeast Interface Conference in Nashville. imedical’s presence at this event allowed us to share the internet-based platform for national medical space planning with MOB owners, brokers and real estate groups.

What are the Impacts of a Well-Designed Doctor’s Office Floor Plan?

By imedspace | December 21, 2017 |

You can’t take a picture of good medical space planning. Without being visible, the thoughtful layout of a medical office or clinic saves staff time and footsteps; supports patient privacy and HIPAA regulations; controls acoustics and sound migration; directs patient flow; supports staff work flow; allows visual access where needed and makes a positive first…