07 JUN 2021
The future of surgical suites begins today with the right partner, the right equipment, and the right setup.
In a recent New York Times series on the Future of Health Care, an article focused on re-imagining and future-proofing the operating room — making way for new technology while improving patient and staff safety along the way.
Having partnered closely with both the Medical University of South Carolina and Loma Linda facilities featured in the article, we know that it takes a lot of planning to outfit an operating room. Whether reconfiguring an existing facility or building a new one, designing and constructing healthcare environments with the necessary infrastructure and technology can be a lengthy, arduous process. There are several factors to consider:
If you’re thinking about future-proofing your healthcare environment, here are seven tips to consider before you get started:
At Hillrom, we can help you through this process with our deeply knowledgeable Construction Solutions team. They will engage early with your clinical teams, architects and equipment planners to bring your vision to life using:
By following these seven tips and partnering with our team of experts, you can be confident you are choosing the right equipment and the right setup — so you are equipped on Day One and prepared for the future.
Contact us today to learn more as you bring it all together in the OR.