(Part 4 of 4) Continuing from my last post “Infection Control and Other Topics in My New Book“, space programs have been provided for each medical and dental specialty listing the types of rooms required, sizes, and other features, resulting in a calculation of total square footage for a given number of providers. These charts have all been revised to reflect larger exam rooms and new delivery concepts relative to each specialty.
Likewise, there are hundreds of space plans to accompany the programs and illustrate planning concepts. These are especially helpful to stimulate conversation when healthcare design professionals have an initial meeting with a client and can show various layout options for that specialty.
This is the indispensable, comprehensive guide that you have been waiting for to meet the challenging requirements of space planning for medical and dental offices!
The publisher offers access to online, downloadable checklists and interview forms, for both medical and dental, to make it easy to develop a program of rooms for each unique practice.
I hope you enjoyed this Healthcare Design Blog Series discussing topics in my new book: 4th edition of Medical and Dental Space Planning