Check-in Apps Save Space in Medical Offices

Save space and frustration! Check-in apps allow patients to check in on their personal devices and wait for their appointments outside of medical offices. This decreases long lines and congestion in lobbies allowing for the extra space to be used more beneficially in the suite.    

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Short on Space? Try Obeya!

Designed to be designed, Obeya by OFS is an eco-friendly panel system designed by the customer for the customer. This system features acoustic wall and ceiling panels that enable the user to create a room inside a room. The ability to build separate and private functions allows customers to make the most of their space.…

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Focusing On The Focal Point

When envisioning your space, it is always important to grasp where you want your client/patient’s attention to be drawn to. Could be a work of art? Could be natural lighting? Could be a beautiful marble backlit wall? Could be a logo wall? The list is endless! What is something you want your patients to walk…

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Meet RayDoor!

RayDoor is a great tool for minimalizing door space into a room and allows light to pass through the space. Don’t have the wall space for a glass barn door? They even have glass pocket doors! “Our interior sliding doors permit light to travel through your space, while still providing an operational solution that transforms…

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Creating Separate Spaces Without Losing Space

Dividing spaces within an open area can be expensive when framing, installing drywall, etc. A cost saving and flexible feature to separate your space is to add a frameless/framed resin panel. This can be a creative and interesting feature in your space that will also be a functional and cost-saving resource when reviewing your budget…

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Redundant Space

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…

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How Can I Use Space More Efficiently in a Tight Exam Room?

A few thoughts: Look into the steel pre-made modular casework which has a smaller footprint. Typically, these units are anywhere from 3-5 feet long and only 18″ deep, which is 6″ less projection into a room than conventional cabinetry at 24″ deep. These units contain a small (bar size) hand wash sink with trash drop,…

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Have I Planned for Enough Storage in my Medical Office?

When you plan your next medical office or think about expanding your current one, consider the space needed for closets, cabinets and storage of all kinds!  Even in this digital age, the need for storage and a place for everything is vital to an organized practice! Even when using wall attached storage, double check your…

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Expert Medical Space Planning = Happy Staff

Just because a medical environment will never look or feel like Google Headquarters, it can be designed to support medical  staff,  their job functions and morale.  A thoughtfully designed and planned medical office suite can improve employee efficiency, service and job satisfaction while contributing to staff retention. What are some of the space planning considerations and…

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Any suggestions for doctor’s office layouts that will support my staff?

With the integration of technology in today’s patient exam rooms, it is important to consider all the features at the beginning the planning process.  Do all rooms need a sink?  Do all rooms need an examination table or chair?  Can some rooms be strictly for consultation without an examination?  What about telemedicine?  Check out this…

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