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How to Ease Stress of Patients Using Custom Graphics and Decor

For children, going to the hospital may be a frightening event. Within their minds, all of it begins with sitting inside a calm waiting room, having knowledge that a booster shot might be waiting for them inside one of the examination rooms. However, reinventing waiting areas may assist in easing the fear kids experience. Hospitals may create a space that is kid-friendly using colorful signage and graphics. Magnetic walls include an excellent method of engaging children by permitting them to move magnetic shapes around upon a magnet-receptive wall graphic. Children may make animals run through an enormous jungle scene or construct huge skyscrapers which never will topple against a giant city backdrop.

 

Extending an exciting waiting room theme all throughout the remainder of the center will help eliminate the fear of the unknown for children by making all of it feel a little familiar. Room number signs that are shaped like animals, paw print floor graphics within the halls, as well as ceiling tiles that are printed with birds flying overhead make the trip to a doctor a special adventure.

 

The sources of stress are different for adults. Merely finding where you are going inside a multi-level, large healthcare center may boost an individual’s heart rate. Concise wayfinding signs are the best method of helping a first-time patient feel at-ease and welcome. Managers may take this one step further by utilizing digital directories which cycle between a listing of the offices inside the building, as well as maps of where all of them are located.

 

Once getting to the right office, a customized logo wall that is behind the reception desk may make patients feel like they’re strolling into a high-end spa, instead of a physician’s office. It is possible to encompass the waiting area using the exact same feeling of relaxation using calming colors, comfortable seating, and wall murals of picturesque locations.

 

One other complaint most patients have of medical offices is the sense that the hallways and rooms are dark and closed-in. In utilizing semi-opaque frosted window vinyl upon office windows and glass walls, medical professionals may ensure their centers feel airy and open by allowing natural light in without having to sacrifice privacy.

For more information on safety signage contact SignVisions at (770) 756 6600 or info@signvisionsatl.com.

 

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