Meet a new look in medical office decor and manner…Does it matter?November 14th, 2012 by Sharon O'Hara
Today I walked into a new to me medical office in Silverdale. The Master’s Orthotics & Prosthetics reception room is a charming, comfortable; friendly place overseen by as friendly and pleasant a receptionist as any I have met anywhere. Her name is Ariel.
The homey atmosphere, colors and furniture was a clear invitation to sit down and visit. However – it was their sign on the wall that startled and fascinated me into asking if I could take photos of it, their reception room and receptionist. They probably think I kissed the Blarney Stone, but humored me and gave permission.
Of all the years I have visited doctor/medical offices – I have never entered one so instantly welcoming and cheerful, including a mention of God.
Over the past few years, I have thought about God a lot and appreciated seeing their public mention of Him. Look – what do you think?
Should Medical Offices strive for patient/client cheery, soothing colors and comfortable furniture in their reception room? I vote yes.
The sign designer and artist was Adria Hanson of Hanson Studios.
Meet Ariel. She even let me stand at the desk to fill out forms…what a welcoming friendly place.
Meet my husband’s feet and part of the reception room. Comfortable – so comfy looking I had almost talked myself into sitting down when they called me. Just as well. I might not have gotten up again.
Thanks for reading. Sharon O’Hara <COPDandOtherStuff2@gmail.com>
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