Haworth works with health systems to create spaces where people can flourish. Through decades of experience, we understand that patients, caregivers, community, and administrative staff each contribute to transformative healthcare outcomes. We collaborate with designers and customers to create exceptional spaces that meet their unique needs—now and in the future.
Maari chairs have many different configurations and base types with a consistent molded shell shape.
Designed to meet the needs of healthcare facilities, the Soji Cleanable+ task chair meets strict cleaning protocols.
The Zody LX Cleanable can be disinfected according to strict protocols and has an optional dual posture feature.
Benson recliners give patients a safe and comfortable experience with changing seat postures.
The ultra-lean, height-adjustable Carefit Slim 2.0 cart offers caregivers a versatile, mobile workspace.
Pergola is a highly customizable, freestanding architectural space where people can focus, connect, and collaborate.
Haworth recognizes that healthcare is changing, so we’re designing products and creating spaces built for the future. Haworth researchers have identified some key trends in healthcare space design, and these ideas inform our work with our clients.
Providing quality patient care requires effective collaboration between caregivers and healthcare staff. Teams that work together can reduce individual workloads and improve collective efficiency. Spaces designed for caregiver and staff collaboration, like a nurses’ station or care team hub, streamlines work and improves the experience for everyone.
Integrating easy-to-use technology throughout a patient’s journey—from giving caregivers reliable access to comprehensive information to sharing test results on apps—will be an increasingly important aspect of care. Haworth’s partnership with Ergotron empowers medical planners to design spaces with advanced tools such as mobile carts and wall-mounted workstations.
Burnout is one of the top issues facing the world of healthcare, where people work long hours in stressful situations. Our ergonomic furniture helps caregivers feel better while working, including task seating, exam stools, mobile carts, and height-adjustable workspaces. Haworth’s ancillary furnishings also offer options to create comfortable respite areas for healthcare personnel.
Resilient, versatile spaces equip health systems to evolve over time while maximizing real estate investment. Lower construction costs, especially when converting old retail spaces into new medical facilities, helps improve healthcare access for communities, too. Haworth’s architectural products, including moveable walls, pods, and sub-architecture are modular solutions that can change as patient and caregiver needs change.
Successful projects require us to balance the realities of healthcare with the needs of patients, caregivers, and staff. In its entirety, the design of a healthcare facility should make people feel better while they’re receiving care, waiting, or working.
Lighthouse Surgery Center
Orthopedic and spine surgeons created a space for the entire patient journey.
A renal treatment giant designed and built a modern headquarters in Denver.
A tower addition became an opportunity to add collaborative spaces.
Learn more about how Haworth helps create places for care.
Even before the pandemic, burnout was common among healthcare workers. Now, to safeguard the health and well-being of providers, we must design healthcare spaces with increased intention.
Patientricity uses technology to bring patients and caregivers together in an interactive triangle of healthcare, for satisfaction, safety, and efficiency.
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