Create an environment that soothes patients and visitors with attractive healthcare signs.
With a steady stream of traffic from staff, patients, visitors and vendors, there are few facilities that benefit more from a complete sign and graphic solution like those in the healthcare industry. Healthcare signs from Signs Now can help you create an atmosphere that maintains safety while still soothing patient anxiety.
Medical centers, clinics, nursing homes and assisted living centers can all benefit from having smart healthcare signs throughout their building or campus. From the moment a visitor enters your space, they should be able to easily navigate their way to their destination – and should also be reassured of their safety and good health.
What healthcare signs should I use outside?
Outdoors, healthcare signs should serve two key purposes – identifying your location and guiding motorists to where they need to be. Strong, highly visible building signs like dimensional lettering or monument signs can easily serve as a visual anchor for a building or for your entire campus, helping to easily identify specific buildings or wings for visitors.
Wayfinding begins the moment a patient or guest arrives at your location. Make sure they know where they can park by directing them safely through a large area with outdoor directional signage. A complete wayfinding solution can also include campus maps that can be easily referenced in case patients need to move between buildings across a large area.
What signs does my facility need indoors?
Immediately create a sense of calm and safety in your lobby or reception area by adding lobby signs and displays. Wall graphics or murals can quickly develop a peaceful atmosphere in what is otherwise an anxiety-inducing place for many people. Consider adding a backlit dimensional display of your logo or tagline to add a sophisticated, professional touch to any lobby.
Indoors, wayfinding is just as important as it is outside. Safety, efficiency and patient satisfaction can be enhanced with the right room signs, hallway signs and more to help guide everyone through complex hallways and departments to their destination. You also need to ensure you’re adhering to local regulations with the right ADA signage. But just because you're sticking to standards, that doesn't mean your building should feel sterile!
What other graphics does my practice need?
Depending on the exact nature of your facility, you may be able to benefit from other kinds of healthcare signs and displays. Here’s a few other options you may want to consider for use at your practice:
- Wall and window graphics: Whether used to inform or to entertain, graphics on your walls and windows can create cohesion throughout a space. If you run a pediatrician’s office, consider using colorful vinyl graphics on your walls featuring characters that children can relate to, developing a fun atmosphere in the process. In any healthcare facility, frosted glass vinyl can be used to enhance privacy throughout the building, while also adding a sophisticated touch. Graphics on walls and windows can also be used to help identify departments with unique color schemes or eye-catching fonts.
- Ceiling graphics: Make use of all your sign and graphic real estate by going all the way up with ceiling graphics. If you have patients that need to be on their back for procedures or exams, such as in a dentist’s office, it’s easy to strategically place ceiling graphics in a way that entertains and informs.
- Floor graphics: Durable, eye-catching floor graphics can help you establish proper social distancing and inform patients, guests, visitors and your staff of potentially hazardous areas to stay aware of.
Custom healthcare signs and graphics from Signs Now can help you enhance your patient and visitor experience and promote good health and safety.
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