Healthcare Design Blog Launch!

April 24, 2012 at 2:29 pm 1 comment

Healthcare Design BlogWe appreciate everyone for reading the Hospital Design Blog and would like to tell you about the launch of a new interior design resource called the Healthcare Design Blog.  On this blog, expert healthcare interior designer Jain Malkin and her associates including, Christie Mayer and Michele Woodard will be posting entries about a variety of topics within the healthcare design industry.

The topics for the new blog include organizing healthcare design team meetings, specialized furniture and paint for hospitals, exam room design and other facets of the healthcare design world.  We invite you to check out the Healthcare Design Blog.


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  • 1. Kelly W.  |  December 5, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Great blog, will be returning.


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