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November 04, 2022 - Arminco Inc.
Did you know that up to 90 percent of first impressions are based on color alone?
It might not seem like it, but little things can make all the difference in your practice, especially when it comes to medical office design. That's why being meticulous with your design choices is essential. Luckily, we're here to help.
Read on to learn a few of the best things to consider when creating your vet office design.
You don't get second chances to make a good first impression. The state of your veterinary hospital says more about your practice than you might think, and it's essential to set a good tone for your patients.
From the reception area to the patient rooms, your hospital has the chance to tell your story, and you want to make it a good one.
The best place to start is with your weak points. What are the obvious flaws that you'd like to fix in your practice?
If you have an inefficient layout, it can cause a lot of unnecessary frustration. If the colors around the office make things feel dark, it can bring down everyone's morale. If there are obvious repairs that need to be made, that should be put first.
No matter what they are, start with your practice's biggest weaknesses so they can be improved first.
Architecture and design are becoming part of a much bigger conversation when it comes to health and well-being, and putting clients at the forefront of your plans is the best way to approach things.
Having a well-defined flow of traffic can help patients and owners feel calm. You can create separate entrance spaces for dogs vs. cats, and also consider things like scale placement and other frequently used equipment.
The best thing to remember is that each time a dog gets taken to a new space, they're going to need to reacclimate. So, keeping entire visits to one or two rooms at a time is ideal.
That's also why exam rooms are so important to design well. It's where the majority of time will be spent with both pets and owners, and it's best to consider their needs above everything else.
That means, at a minimum, ample space to move within the space, along with sound-dampening materials to reduce the noise levels between rooms. Airflow and natural lighting (when possible) are also ideal to have in your exam rooms.
A well-thought-out medical office design can be a huge relief for both you and your patients. For pets and owners alike, a relaxing environment is essential for a good appointment experience. Luckily, we're here to help whenever you might need it.
At Arminco, we're focused on creating custom and efficient workflow spaces for you and your practice. Contact us today to get started.
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