Tips for a Medical Clinic Fit Out

Have you ever walked into a dull and lifeless medical clinic? It’s quite uninviting to say the least. Medical appointments aren’t always the most pleasant experiences, so it’s important to ensure the atmosphere inside a medical centre is uplifting and positive. As well as a space that makes patients feel comfortable and stress-free, a medical clinic must also be functionally laid out. If you are considering a medical clinic fit out, the Rod Johnstone Group have a team of professionals who have worked on a variety of projects. This article contains some handy tips on what you need to consider when approaching a medical fit out and how to choose design aspects appropriate for the space.

 

Light 

Light is extremely important in terms of ensuring a room isn’t dark, dull or lifeless. A medical clinic in particular is a space which should never be dark or gloomy. The underlying messages when visiting a medical clinic is hope, happiness and health. Light is associated with joy and encouragement which is exactly what a medical space should convey.

 

Colour Choice

Colour can be tricky to get right, especially when designing a space. However, choosing the right colours for a room can be extremely flattering. Certain colours are more suited to the setting of a medical clinic. Colours like blue and green are often popular choices as they are typically associated with feelings of calmness, relaxation, trust and new beginnings. Similarly, yellow and orange are associated with sunshine, happiness and hope.

 

Greenery

Simple yet effective, greenery adds life to a medical clinic, even if it’s just a couple of nice plants in pots that match the colour scheme. Greenery is known to be calming in nature and is associated with growth and well-being – perfect for a medical clinic.

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Minimalism

When furnishing a small space, a minimalist approach is more effective to ensure the room doesn’t become cluttered. Cluttering a small space can make it feel even smaller. By choosing simple, non-bulky furniture, you can make a room feel so much bigger. In saying this however, furniture must be comfortable. Ensure furniture isn’t plastic or too small or flimsy. Additionally, try to avoid excess unused reception desks, in order to add a sense of flow to the room.

It’s important when considering a potential medical fit out, to ensure you know what design aspects best suit the space you’re working with. Hiring a trusted team of professionals like the Rod Johnstone Group can ensure you’re in safe hands.