Austin Signs | Hospital Interior Signage

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Interior hospital signage allows hospital staff, patients and visitors to navigate the hospital’s interior hallways.  If you have been to a hospital recently, you know just how difficult this can be.

Directories and floor plans are a great resource for patients and staff.  Digital directories using the latest flat screen technology can answer inquiries and point people in the right direction.  LED signs can scroll real time information regarding patients or staff.  Interactive digital signage can also reduce visitor inquires by answering visitor specific questions.  Overhead signs are highly visible and necessary when directing hospital traffic.  Overhead signs also work in conjunction with wall mounted signage and other interior markers.  Fire extinguisher and defibrillator overhead signs are two examples of safety and health markers.  Evacuation maps and directions are critical visual aids to help patients and staffs evacuate a building in case of an emergency.  ADA signage is another hospital and medical center necessity.  ADA wall signs can designate where the nearest restroom is or locate a wheel chair accessible ramp. Dimensional letters may also be used by other business within a hospital, i.e. food court vendors and other specialty shops.  Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) signage is a clean, green way to provide interior signage.  Using low VOC materials reduces the toxins and pollutants affecting indoor air quality providing a better environment for both patients and medical staff.

Hospitals are large complex facilities.  Proper interior signage will distinguish areas and allow visitors and staff to easily get to their destinations.

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