Healthcare Architecture Does Not have to be Boring
Beautiful buildings and architecture surrounds us wherever we go. It can be in the form of an old Georgian house to a large suspension bridge, whatever the form; stunning architecture can be found anywhere.
One place where you wouldnâ€™t expect to find atheistically pleasing buildings in in the healthcare industry. But why do hospitals and dental practices have to look so plain?
Hospitals and health care buildings donâ€™t have to look aesthetically pleasing, however, it does give an amazing first impression and it also gives off an air of professionalism. This is important, especially when dealing with patients and healthcare. Healthcare Design is becoming more and more popular and as a result of this, it provides us with great healthcare service as well as beautiful buildings. Here are a few examples of some healthcare architecture that really brightens up the area.
St Catherineâ€™s Health Centre
This health centre was built on the grounds of an eight-acre hospital site called St Catherine and it was built to meet the healthcare needs of the population it surrounds. As you can see from the photo, they health centre looks amazing.
Meir Primary Care Centre
This amazing care centre was built to integrate a number of healthcare facilities in a site thatâ€™s big enough for the local population to visit and not feel overcrowded. The building is beautifully built and especially looks good when lit up at night. The Meir Primary Care Centre serves an important purpose for the community itâ€™s build around whilst also looking spectacular to look at.
The Lyng Primary Care Centre
Built to provide services to the local community, the lyng primary care centre has four GP practices, an audiology and dentistry department and a small surgery suite. The five-storey building also happens to look amazing.
These are just a few examples of healthcare buildings that look great as well as help people. It just goes to show that even hospitals and care centreâ€™s can look amazing in todayâ€™s modern world.