Lee Health Nuclear Medical Camera Room
Revitalizing Lee Health’s Imaging Floor: Where Functionality Meets Aesthetics
Lee Health’s imaging floor involved reconfiguring 1,600 square feet of space to include a new nuclear medical camera room and several supporting spaces. In addition to designing the new camera room, our team also worked on converting the current radiology department into a suite by adding auto door openers to the double doors leading to the Exit Passageway. The project also included the creation of several supporting spaces, such as an outpatient waiting area with a patient toilet room, an injection room, an inpatient holding and waiting area with a patient toilet room, and a technology room. To enhance the aesthetics of the space, the interior team chose to feature Lee Health’s cool blue colors on the walls, while the ceiling had a section of wood paneling to break up the healthcare feel of traditional ceiling tiles. The wood panels paired well with the round skylight panel used as a distraction for patients but sufficient light source for clinicians. Overall, this project aimed to optimize the functionality and patient experience of Lee Health’s imaging floor while creating a welcoming and visually appealing environment.