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(Podcast) How Interior Design Impacts A Doctor’s Financial Health

Run Time: 24:51 seconds

By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief, Concierge Medicine Today/Host, The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast

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.

We create medical offices and spaces that serve as a physical reminder of your noble purpose.

As a leader in your field, healing is both your passion and your purpose. Not only should your medical office and space be beautiful, but it should be healing for you, your patients, and your staff. Our designs go beyond beauty to provide comfort, functionality, and flow while representing your brand story. This is how we create spaces that are truly healing.

We are driven by a mission to create spaces that help top physicians make people feel better.

In a world of chaos and quotas, we believe intentional spaces matter more than ever. We build custom offices, taking into account our clients’ flow, office culture, and specialty-specific considerations to create environments that make everyone feel better.

We warmly bring over a decade of experience designing hundreds of world-class medical offices that set physicians up for success.

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Hello! I’m Mitra Silva, the founder of Simour Interior Design.

Prior to founding Simour Interior Design, I spent years working at HLW, an award-winning design company. As a member of their design team, I was involved in design development for Walt Disney®, ESPN®, HBO®, Intuit®, and Equinox®. Since then, I have worked independently on upscale hospitality, commercial and residential projects. But, at my core, I felt like something was not right. The projects were just no longer fulfilling to me. I wanted passion. I wanted to make a difference in the world. That’s when my own experience as a patient led me to focus on design for the healthcare industry. Time after time, I found myself in medical and dental offices that were dreary or poorly lit or in disrepair. Instead of a comforting space, I was often in rooms that made me anxious or uncomfortable. This was how my vision began, as a patient. I believe that the proper design can create a flow that positively influences productivity and heals each person who interacts in that space.

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