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PATIENT PSYCHOLOGY: “Interior Design and Its impact on patients.” (LISTEN) Interview, with Mitra Pakdaman.

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Part 1 in a Series: As part of a special series on Healthcare Interior Design Trends, host, editor and author Michael Tetreault interviews Mitra Pakdaman, Founder & CEO at LA Healthcare Design.

Run Time: 24:51 seconds

Mitra Pakdaman is the founder of LA Healthcare Design, a Los Angeles-based interior design studio (which helps physicians across the country too!). The functional and aesthetic elements of her design(s) create a better workplace for healthcare professionals, by thinking about things such as: accessibility, what’s appealing to your patient niche; furniture; the science of buying behavior and buying psychology based on demographics and more.

Description: Considering the fact that Interior architectural design of medical facilities has undergone a paradigm shift over the past few years, this write-up is intended to inspire our clients and the stakeholders by projecting the growing possibilities in the field of ‘Healthcare Interior Design’, and its potential to help create state-of-the-art establishments.  A study has reported that the US is currently in the midst of an unprecedented healthcare building boom, owing to the improved focus on improving patient, environmental, as well as workforce safety and quality, which has in turn created a need for the creation of optimal physical environments.

Contact LA Healthcare Design | C/O: Mitra Pakdaman, CEO/Founder

9437 S. Santa Monica Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Telephone: 310.614.4402

7083 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Telephone: 310.614.4402

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