Healthcare design can directly influence the experience and comfort of patients, families and medical staff alike.
Patcraft commercial flooring includes a full range of solutions for the specific design and performance requirements for healthcare environments.
MAYO CLINIC HEALTH SYSTEM
In a healthcare setting, installing the right flooring is crucial. Hygiene, comfort, easy cleaning and durability all make Patcraft resilient sheet
flooring the perfect product for the Mayo Clinic Health System’s regional hospital in Fairmont, Minnesota.
Healthcare floors can create atmospheres that support patient recovery, provide comfort underfoot, and
enhance spaces designed to promote healing. That means there’s a lot to consider when it comes to choosing
the right floor for your healthcare space. Appearance retention. Moisture resistance and anti-bacterial properties.
Underfoot cushioning. Acoustics and sound absorption. Traction and rollability. Ease of maintenance. Patcraft’s
flooring solutions provide the answer – delivering beautiful, high durability,
high performance products designed specifically to meet the demands of healthcare environments.
Waiting rooms, treatment areas, therapy and rehabilitation spaces and accommodations are all part of the healthcare
experience for patients, families, caregivers, and medical staff. The right combination of flooring products can help
create healing spaces that work together seamlessly to enhance the patient experience – and support the range of
activities that take place within a healthcare facility. From broadloom and carpet tile to resilient,
our full range of healthcare flooring helps you create the foundation of spaces designed with healing in mind.
When it comes to healing, design can have a direct impact on patients’ response to their treatment –
and their healthcare environment. Patcraft healthcare products are available in colors, patterns, styles
and scales appropriate for creating soothing atmospheres, limiting visual distraction and promoting wellness.
Our floors can also help absorb sound, provide underfoot cushion, offer traction for patient
stability and equipment mobility, and deliver moisture resistance and anti-bacterial properties –
all essential factors for spaces that need to balance style and performance.
Healthcare flooring faces tough demands. High foot traffic, rolling equipment, moisture exposure
and heavy daily wear and tear. That’s why it should be engineered to resist stains and soiling
and retain appearance over time. It’s also the reason a smart cleaning plan is critical.
Use our resources develop appropriate cleaning and maintenance schedules and practices
to help your floors stay beautiful for the long haul.