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Episode 22: Furnishing Your Practice

The Private Medical Practice Academy

Episode 22: Furnishing Your Practice

February 9, 2021

Episode 22: Furnishing Your Practice

How you design and equip your space speaks volumes about you. And, while you don't have to be an interior decorator, there are a couple of key things you want to consider: comfort and functionality. 

In this episode, I will give you practical tips for designing and equipping your space.

Here are the highlights: 

  • Entrance to your space:.  You need very clear signage to your business 
  • Your waiting room 
    • Paint over wallpaper
    • Carpets, drapes, upholstered furniture and acoustic ceiling tiles decrease sound absorption.
    • Seating-fabric (durable, stain resistant and washable) chairs 
    • Distractions-reading materials and medical TV services
  • Front Desk
    • Work chairs–ergonomics are the key
    • Equipment layout–position so your staff can reach everything 
  • Exam Rooms
    • Exam table–comfort and easy to adjust are the most important features 
    • Two side chairs 
    • An adjustable stool 
    • EHR-desktop vs. portable
    • Waste receptacles and Sharps 
  • Break Room-yes you need one
    • Coffee maker
    • Fridge
    • Microwave
  • General Office Space-create open workspaces
  • Your office-the one room you can decorate any way you like

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