Get the Hospital Design information you need

Get the Hospital Design information you need

Veterinary Economics new Hospital Design Supplement is online.
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Jun 12, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Anyone who has ever built or renovated a veterinary hospital knows that it’s easy to get lost in a sea of information. There’s so much to consider, from securing financing, to finding a location, to choosing paint colors. But Veterinary Economics has plenty of resources available—content from our Hospital Design Supplement is now online! Click here to find information on:

> Building green. Dr. Matt Rooney’s practice, Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists in Longmont, Colo., is environmentally friendly from top to bottom. Here are 10 ways to “green up” your facility.

> Saving money. Times are tough, and you may be scraping together money to build your hospital. But you can build the hospital of your dreams—and stay within your budget. Here’s how one doctor saved more than $100,000 simply by hiring a consultant.

> Sprucing up your facility. It doesn’t take a complete overhaul and a lot of money to make over your practice and increase client traffic. Here are 10 ways to beautify on a budget.

> Creating a brand. Placing an ad in the yellow pages won’t cut it. Here’s a guide to branding your practice with a logo, business cards, and other materials.

Click here for photo galleries to gain inspiration from all our Hospital Design Competition winners. And for advice in your inbox, sign up for HospitalDesign360, our monthly e-newsletter that contains even more tips and ideas to help you complete your building project.

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