A hospital can be an overwhelming and scary place for anyone, but especially for its littlest patients. The pain of their own illness, the sight of so many other sick people, the strange equipment and staff around them, all contribute to their feelings of depression and fear. It is critical that children have a hospital environment that stimulates, provides diversion and allows them to feel in control of their outcome. As a rule, children’s hospitals focus on their patients’ psychosocial, recreational and educational requirements along with their medical need. General hospitals tend to allocate a smaller amount of space to their pediatric units and focus more on medical needs. Design Tips:
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