Designing Successful Pediatric Treatment Facilities
Whether designing a new children’s hospital, a pediatric clinic, or outpatient facility, pediatric treatment facility projects come with their own host of challenges and solutions to appeal to this specialized patient population. Designers and architects are tasked with incorporating the right layouts products, colors, aesthetics, and waiting room designs to help calm nerves and reduce the stress of a young patient’s visit to the doctor or hospital.
Healthcare Design delivers the latest projects and trends that illustrate new design approaches, eye-catching donor recognition walls, and playful activity centers. Materials and furniture selection is especially important in pediatric treatment facility design where products must withstand rigorous use as well as a maintenance and cleaning programs. Articles share the design challenges design teams face and the solutions employed to overcome these issue and deliver child-friendly healing environments.
Infuse Specialized Design Elements into Children’s Facility Design
The first step in designing an innovative pediatric treatment facility is looking for inspiration from Healthcare Design magazine. Our publication and website shares the latest projects and design features in the industry and will inspire your next project.
These projects on pediatric facility projects, activity centers, waiting rooms, outdoor courtyards and gardens, and therapy rooms not only offer an in-depth look into warm, inviting healing environments for young patients, but they look at the specific design challenges when delivering a successful design.