Healthcare

Indoor Environmental Quality for Healthier Healthcare Facilities

Changes in Healthcare Create a New Opportunity to Design Safer Hospitals

The changing environment for hospitals and other healthcare facilities is presenting new challenges and opportunities for leaders and administrators. At the same time you are adding new facilities and capabilities to keep pace with the growing demand for services, you can also take advantage of new ways to improve patient safety and infection control, increase staff productivity and reduce energy and operational costs. How? By working with Ingenuity IEQ.

Ingenuity IEQ offers integrated solutions, employing the best available technologies to improve indoor environmental quality (IEQ) by optimizing airflow and air quality, minimizing microbial contamination and precisely monitoring indoor environments to maximize health, comfort, safety and energy efficiency.

The hospitals of the future are incorporating the most advanced indoor environmental technologies today.

Hospitals like MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland, C.S. Mott Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, recognize that building performance and patient outcomes are directly linked. That’s why they’re investing in the best indoor environmental technologies available – to lower energy costs and risk of infection, as well as enhance patient, employee and visitor comfort and safety. These leading healthcare facilities are taking advantage of the opportunity of a lifetime to make their healthcare facilities more energy efficient, healthier, cleaner and greener, by incorporating state-of-the-art indoor environmental technologies from Ingenuity IEQ.

The time is now. We are the “how.”

To learn more about how our integrated portfolio of technologies and engineering expertise can help your facility meet the highest standards of patient safety and building performance, contact us at 1-800-669-9726. You can also download our free healthcare brochure, titled Changes in Healthcare Create a New Opportunity to Design Safer Hospitals.

MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland