Medical Office Waiting Room Chairs For Doctor Waiting Rooms, Dentist and Urgent Care Facilities
In any medical office, waiting room chairs serve a dual function. They not only provide for the comfort of waiting patients, many of whom may have special physical needs. Waiting room chairs also make a statement about the medical providers in that facility. The furniture should accurately reflect the doctor's style and priorities. Do you want to project a crisp, professional image? Do you want to set a laid-back scene, conducive to interaction with patients? Do you want to convey a sense of prestige or an interest in economy?
While there are many factors to consider when selecting the right office furniture for your space, here are a few ideas to keep in mind when choosing your waiting room chairs: style, focus, space, durability, budget and handicapped access. Your practice's unique style -- as reflected in construction materials, color schemes, design options (contemporary, minimalist, traditional, transitional, etc.) Your practice's focus -- gerontology patients may need well-padded upholstery, while multi-function, modular furniture may be more appropriate for family practice patients. Floor space -- tandem seating and modular furniture adapt readily to all sorts of office floor plans. Durability -- materials should be stain- and fade-resistant, easy to clean and disinfect so you do not need to make this an annual purchase.
Although there are many styles to select from popular options in a medical office include, modular, stacking chairs, or a commercial sofa and most come in combinations to include all three styles in a matching set. Side tables, can help create separate islands, affording some privacy as they reroute the flow of patient traffic.