The Repos General Examination Chair, with its minimal spatial foot print, can be placed in the middle of the room, providing the doctor with 360 degree access to the patient.
Godrej Interio has been catering to space planning, and select furniture and equipment in healthcare segment for decades. Recently, it has been observed that consulting and examination interactions between doctors and patients have undergone a sea-change.
From prescriptive to participative interactions:
The earlier interactions were prescriptive, where the doctor led the conversation, made a diagnosis and gave a prescription. These interactions have now evolved to being participative in nature, where the patient is usually aware of the symptoms, has online access to information related to his/her condition, and wishes to share concerns and thoughts related to the diagnosis.
Healthcare spaces as healing spaces:
Today’s hospitals, consulting clinics, patient rooms and waiting areas are designed to offer comfort to the patient, put the patient’s family at ease, and support the caregivers during their long hours of duty. In sync with the changing needs to these various stakeholders, Godrej Interio has designed and developed a new range of Examination Chairs.
Introducing: Repos General Examination Chair:
Designed as a chair in place of the traditional examination table, Repos no longer needs to be placed against the wall as was the case in most traditional clinical layouts.
The flexibility of its back ensures that both consultation and examination can be done with the patient sitting on the same chair. With its small spatial footprint, the Repos Chair is ideal for all OPD spaces. It makes the examination process more productive, effective and efficient; with seamless doctor-patient conservations and increased eye contact. It’s easy-to manage remote-controlled operations make this an ergonomic product with the benefits for both the caregiver and the patient.
For more information on how Repos, along with Godrej Interio’s other OPD products, can help you create a more fluid space, please mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org