All areas of a hospital are incredibly important; however, one area that should take a bit more time and care when designing is a surgical department.
When thinking about pharmacy organization, it may seem like there is little room for creativity or improvement. The typical pharmacy organization system has been in place for quite a while and seems to be working efficiently; however, there are many small elements within a pharmacy that should be evaluated to see how they can be improved.
If you have been stuck in a hospital for long periods of time or even if you have just visited a friend or family member briefly, you know how gloomy and intimidating the hospital design interior can be. Is there a way to promote efficiency and production while also changing the current hospital design standard we are so used to?
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Every hospital is unique, so the way they are designed should be too. These are among some of the most complex building types which have different requirements than other spaces like restaurants and retail spaces.
Regardless of their location, size or budget, hospitals should strive to integrate these attributes.
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The nurses, physicians, and specialists who are using the hospital to treat their patients can have a tough job. A healthcare professional’s job requires direct patient care, communication, access to technology, re-stocking, and so much more. A result of hospital design is these healthcare professionals getting frustrated because of the layout.
A nurse is constantly walking back and forth, “hunting and gathering” for supplies, and running to the centralized nurse station. It is simple. A nurse does not have the extra time to be running back and forth, “hunting and gathering,” and spending a very small percent of their day with patients.