Utilizing indoor wayfinding as a form of holistic care for better patient outcomes.
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There is nothing simple about the modern hospital. Buildings must regularly evolve to meet the demands of medical science, making room for new advancements, new equipment, and new approaches to patient services.
The spaces within hospitals are frequently shifting with building changes and expansions that do not necessarily feel structurally or aesthetically cohesive. Large city hospitals typically span several metro blocks.
Outside the city, they can span dozens of acres. Some are comprised of multiple separate buildings. Some buildings are connected by bridges or tunnels.