Optimum use of floor space and consideration of flow for doctors

In this video RWS (Rooms with Style) looks at the optimal amount of floorspace doctors will need to operate their private practice, whether the space is a new commercial facility or a converted residence. It is suitable for both established and start-up doctors. We look at the space needed for one or two practitioners. The video also provides guidance for suites with or without a disabled toilet facility included within. Calculating the right amount of space is important before committing to a lease or sale. This video also looks at minimal and optimal consulting room sizes and how to layout your consulting room effectively, considering good workflow and maintaining security at all times. Privacy for patients, doctors and staff is also discussed. Creating a light-filled, happy, well-functioning space for patients, at reception and within your consulting and procedural rooms is crucial for a successful practice.

This information included in these videos and podcasts is general in nature. RWS (Rooms with Style) recommends you obtain specific advice concerning specific matters before making a decision.

*As always, all in this PODMD podcast is intended for health professionals and the comments are of a general nature. Information given is not intended as specific medical advice pertaining to any given patient. If you have a clinical issue with one of your patients please seek appropriate advice from a colleague with expertise in the area.