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Healthcare Design: Care-Centered Workplaces

Providing a good quality of care is the primary objective of any healthcare facility. Quality of care issues in hospitals have been linked to many aspects of design: from poor room design, a lack of ergonomics, too high noise levels, or long distances from nursing units to patient rooms1. A well-designed healthcare workplace and environment can result in considerable improvements in clinical outcomes, economic performance, productivity as well as patient and staff satisfaction. 

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Clinicians

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Planners

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Introducing our new ceiling supply units – Ambia

With new possibilities in care-centered workplace design for the OR, ICU, NICU and with focus on flexibility, healing supportive environment, ergonomics and hygiene. Click here to learn more about our new ceiling supply units and our approach to workplace design.

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Designing a care-centered workplace - Optimized workflows in a healing environment

Creating a healing environment by optimizing facility design can influence patient healing rates, decrease the length of hospital stays and impact patient satisfaction. Improving the work environment for healthcare staff may also improve the quality and safety of patient care.

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Aspects to consider in a hospital design project

Harsh light, cold tiled walls, disturbing noise, stress – this is a  typical picture of a hospital which we all have in mind. But how can we do better, and what are the most important aspects to consider when planning a hospital design project?

Find out more in the videoclip!

Taking design to reality in the Dräger Design Center

Taking Design to reality

In our Dräger Design Centres, you as clinical users or healthcare planners can work together with our consultants to plan and design medical workplaces under nearly realistic conditions. We have mapped every hospital process that affects the care of patients in life threatening situations. In these mini hospitals, you can individually put together products and system solutions, and design your ideal workplaces.

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Dräger Services - we keep you up to speed

Our service and support continues long after you purchase your device. Whether you opt for a maintenance contract or maintain medical equipment yourself, our flexible Service and Academy solutions ensure your devices are maintained to the highest standards and perform optimally through their lifetime. 

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Integrated Operating Room solutions

Our surgical light, is ideal for operating room integration and offers a comprehensive range of features together with 3rd party integration systems to provide you an integrated OR solution to improve operating room and cross-departmental clinical workflow

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1 Becker and Parsons, Hospital facilities and the role of evidence-based design. Journal of Facilities Management Vol. 5 No. 4, 2007, pp. 263-274

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Draeger Australia Pty. Ltd.

8 Acacia Place
Notting Hill
Victoria 3168

1800 372 437

Draeger New Zealand Ltd.

Unit 4
24 Bishop Dunn Place
East Tamaki
Auckland 2013

0800 372 437

Prelaunch Teaserclip New Ceiling Supply Units

Aspects to consider in a hospital design project

Harsh light, cold tiled walls, disturbing noise, stress – this is a  typical picture of a hospital which we all have in mind. But how can we do better, and what are the most important aspects to consider when planning a hospital design project?

Find out more in the videoclip!