For patients who receive end-of-life care in hospital, specially designed palliative care rooms offer comfort and privacy and allow them to spend their last days as restfully as possible
What can we do to create supportive spaces for bereaved families?
Having worked with hospitals and within healthcare environments for over 10 years, we’ve been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to transform wards up and down the country, creating better spaces to get better patients of all ages and frequently for children and young adults.
The loss of a baby during pregnancy or shortly after birth is inevitably devastating for Mum, Dad and those closest to them, too.
When we’re planning and designing how we’re going to make a hospital better, patients are often at the centre of our focus; they’re the people who need to benefit most from being there, after all. But as well as creating a place that is better for them, we know
This month, we’re celebrating 10 years of making hospitals better places for everyone who uses them, but did you know that Grosvenor Interiors originally designed homes rather than hospitals?
How many jobs do you do in a day? If you’re a nurse, the chances are it’s more than one. It’s likely you’re also a concierge, tour guide, customer services rep and an administrator. No wonder your shifts feel long! There’s also another job that you do
Yes, you did read that right. Naked.
But before you think we’ve gone a little bit mad, we’re talking about getting rid of wall clutter rather than your wardrobe.
Have you noticed that life is getting busier? We’re constantly surrounded by media and advertising through our smartphones and we’re almost always connected to the internet and social media, being almost overloaded with information. We rarely have the chance to slow down and focus anymore.