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You’ve Moved into Your New Office Space, Now What?

If you have recently moved into new office space, congratulations! You have taken a very important step towards getting your small or new business off the ground. The next step is making sure that your new space is beautiful, and functional. Let our experts at Boulevard Medical Properties help you with this vital process, by providing an informative look at how you can utilize your custom office space in Los Angeles. In this guide, we will walk through all the ways you can achieve both a functional and practical medical space that your patients and doctors will love.

The Entrance Space

First impressions are important in every aspect, so you will want to make sure that your entrance space is warm and inviting. People often associate a doctor’s office with cold, sterile and often fearful places, so it’s important to try to combat that predisposition as effectively as possible. Choose a warm color palette when crafting a cohesive space, and stick to those colors with your wall paint, fabrics and any other design elements. Always think about the clientele you are catering to when designing your office space. If you work in pediatrics, wall treatments such as fun murals, or mess-friendly wallpaper technology can go a long way. Setting up a play area is also a great way to distract children, while the parents fill out any necessary paperwork, or while everyone is waiting for the appointment to begin. If your office is more tailored to adult patients, adopt an efficient entrance space where they can sign in quickly, receive any paperwork, and move to the seating area to complete it. If you plan to offer light refreshments such as water in your entrance space, consider placing it on a different surface area than your reception counter, as the water could impede foot traffic, or lead to spilling in a worst-case scenario. For more help finding and designing your custom office space in Los Angeles, call the experts at Boulevard Medical Properties today!

The Seating Area

Patients spend a significant amount of time seated in the waiting rooms at doctors’ offices. Because of this, it’s important to make sure that these rooms are not only warm and inviting, but also entertaining to a degree. As discussed before, if your patients are pediatric, consider adding any variety of play place where the children can distract themselves. These areas not only help calm the more timid children, but it also helps the parents stay organized before the appointment begins.

Adult patients might not enjoy a play area so much, but they will still be waiting for some time before each appointment, so try to provide some sort of entertainment for them as well. Magazines and books are cheap and efficient forms of entertainment and installing televisions in the waiting room is another proven way to help patients stay calm while waiting, and to help the wait time fly by. Above all, try to maintain a cohesive decor that is tailored to your clientele, while still providing a welcoming atmosphere where patients can relax.

Exam Rooms

No one ever said that exam rooms must be stark white to be sterile, but it is still common to see offices that look like this. Personalize your exam rooms by extending your color scheme to the walls, chairs and even exam tables that make up each room. Patients will be more comfortable during their medical examinations if the room has a more personable and relaxed feel to it. Create your own custom office space in Los Angeles today when you get in touch with our team at Boulevard Medical Properties.

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