1. DESIGNING THE MEDICAL OFFICE’S BRAND
To create a successful medical office interior design, the doctor or practice should be highlighted as a brand from the outset. Our experienced interior designers at In-Site begin by asking how the office can represent the services offered or the prestige of the doctor.
With patients having many options to choose from nowadays, waiting rooms and exam rooms play an increasingly important role in the medical field. In-Site’s design professionals specialize in creating inviting spaces that put patients at ease, making the experience of seeking treatment more comfortable.
For elective specialists, creating a modern, forward-thinking design can convey high technical abilities and impress patients from the moment they enter. Our interior designers work closely with you to maximize your budget and space while creating an environment that speaks to both clients and patients alike.
2. CHOOSING MEDICAL OFFICE FURNITURE
When it comes to medical office interior design, choosing the right furniture is a critical aspect.
Our experienced interior designers take into account various factors such as comfort, aesthetics, durability, and commercial-grade quality with good warranties. Whether it’s a new office or a renovation project, we ensure that the furniture aligns with the overall design and budget while maximizing the initial investment. Lead time is also a crucial factor to identify the optimal manufacturers, models, and fabrication location to meet project goals.
In addition, sanitation options are essential to consider. We recommend using commercial fabric options that allow for bleach cleanability for upholstery, drapery, and wallcovering. Additionally, solid surfacing materials with almost zero porosity are excellent choices for countertops and reception desks, among other options that meet the best medical office design specifications.
3. DESIGNING ACCESSIBILITY FOR ALL
Medical office interior design requires careful consideration to accommodate all patients, regardless of ability.
At In-Site Interior Design, our experienced designers prioritize compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), ensuring a functional and accessible space. From lower reception counters for wheelchair users to appropriate door widths and turnaround space, every detail is carefully planned and documented for contractors and cabinet workers. Designing for a pediatric office requires additional considerations, such as comfort at a different height.
We believe that a space designed for accessibility is essential for both happy patients and medical employees.