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How IT and facility professionals support
the priorities of healthcare.


The healthcare industry is continuously evolving to meet the changing demands of patient standards. Hospital building managers are prioritizing the challenges of legacy infrastructure, sustainability goals, patient experience, preventative maintenance, and code compliance objectives. Adopting the latest controls, lighting, electrical, and network solutions can help alleviate the above-changing demands as well as enable the goals of healthcare facilities, IT, and engineering stakeholders.

Intensive Care Units

Intensive Care Units benefit from circadian lighting for critically ill patients, hospital-grade electrical infrastructure with emergency backup and surge protection, and reliable connectivity for vital medical equipment.

Operation Rooms

Operating Rooms call for Supplemental Surgical Lighting with visual acuity and disinfection capability, medical grade power alongside network performance to support various equipment devices and communication platforms.

Emergency Rooms

Emergency Rooms demand functional lighting for security and immediate care, with hospital grade power for lifesaving equipment. The network enables communication for urgent procedures, specialist consultation and integrated patient-centered care.

Telemedicine Areas

Telemedicine Areas require appropriate illumination for accurate patient analysis, high availability of electrical and network connectivity to support a myriad of remote monitoring and communication equipment.

Maternity Rooms

Maternity Rooms are supplemented with lighting that supports patient comfort, antimicrobial treated devices for cleanliness, and reliable connectivity for crucial equipment such as electronic fetal monitoring and ultrasonography.

Patient Rooms

Patient Rooms insist on illumination that provides human-centric color temperatures that influence circadian rhythms and wellbeing. Electrical and network connectivity enables monitoring equipment, device charging, Wi-Fi and room level automation.

MRI Rooms

MRI Rooms stipulate colored and projected illumination to create a calming atmosphere, Non-Ferrous electrical receptacles for safety in high-magnetic fields, and high-bandwidth connectivity to support large image data transfer.

Behavioral Care Rooms

Behavioral Care Rooms specify dimmable and tunable lighting to foster a therapeutic environment, tamper resistant electrical devices and network connectivity for video surveillance patient monitoring and emergency communications.

Lobbies/Waiting Areas

Lobbies and Waiting Areas call for ambient lighting to create a welcoming atmosphere, power for USB device charging, and connectivity for guest Wi-Fi, digital signage, entertainment, and patient check-in applications.


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