Top 10 Veterinary Hospital Design galleries of 2014
1. 2014 Veterinary Economics Hospital Design People's Choice Award winner: Appanasha Pet Clinic
The 12,181-square-foot companion animal clinic's features include low-slip flooring, noise control, separate dog and cat wards and outdoor covered runs.
Colorful photos, a lobby with a living room atmosphere and different-size furniture suited for many visitors are aspects of the design aimed at making the experience more personal for clients.
The heart of every veterinary practice has transformed as client expectations and medicine have changed. Rooms now encourage conversations with clients, the two door system is often replaced with one to improve relationships and offering separate rooms for cats to reduce fear are among the changes.
Savvy practice designs can discourage the fear associated with visits to the veterinarian. With options such as a fireplace separating dog and cat waiting areas, soothing lighting and feline exercise rooms, any practice can incorporate features to comfort clients and patients.
Where does a practice start with determining its color scheme? Here are painting tips and a color guide for floors and walls.
The 13,300-square-foot facility maintains its modest Midwestern charm while adopting a new look. Its new luxury boarding suites appeal to clients.
The 2,289-square-foot single doctor practice fosters an intimate environment to encourage long-term relationships with clients. The efficient floor plan, warm color scheme and paperless system are in this hospital's dynamic design.
Building open lobbies, inviting clients to participate during treatment, offering recovery rooms and being visible to clients are qualities of a practice committed to openness with clients.
A devastating fire gives a mixed-animal hospital an opportunity to reinvent its rural image. Exposed ceilings and corrugated metal contribute to the facility's aesthetic, and grieving clients are accommodated.
A former U.S. senator turns a former restaurant into a veterinary practice. It demonstrates conversions can provide a fresh and stylish alternative to building a hospital.