How COVID-19 Could Inform The Future of Medical Office Design

The medical office and traditional office will align in several ways going forward, says Cushman & Wakefield`s Healthcare Advisory Group executive director.

Imagine the last time you went to the doctor. You likely rode up an elevator and sat in a lobby or waiting room, elbow-to-elbow with other patients. You probably filled out paperwork, either with a pen and paper or maybe a touch screen device. Unless you were sick, you probably didn’t wear a mask.

The next time you go to the doctor, the experience is likely to be quite different. As a result of COVID-19, how medical office space—and office space in general—is used is going to change.


RSK: This is so true...why are we put in close contact with other sick people? Never made sense to me. You can register on line or with your phone and they can text you when it is time to come in.

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