Top-class lighting is absolutely imperative in healthcare. It can support doctors and therapists during treatments and promote the healing process in patients thanks to an increased sense of well-being. The more systematically good light is used by hospitals, doctors’ offices, retirement homes, nursing facilities and rehabilitation clinics, the greater the impact on the perception of patients.
The more natural the effect of artificial light, the greater the sense of well-being among patients, staff and relatives. The right light at the right time in the right place can be a critical competitive edge in a healthcare system characterized by acute cost awareness. Added to this are savings as a result of lower energy costs.
Light in hospitals and doctors’ offices: functionality and well-being
While light primarily ensures clarity in treatment areas and in laboratories, for example, when it comes to patients and staff it should primarily promote a sense of wellbeing. It is also important to strike this balance optimally in doctors’ offices. Together with you, we identify the specific requirements in your situation and thus create ideal working and healing conditions.
"Rising costs, new technologies and treatment methods, patients with increasing demands, an elderly population – doctors' offices and the operators of hospitals and nursing homes must face these challenges. After all, the right light can be a critically important competitive factor!"
Torsten Hegener - Vertical Application Manager Healthcare DACH & Business Development Manager VAM EU
As a direct replacement for CFL downlights (2 × 18 W, 2 × 26 W) you can effortlessly reduce power consumption by up to 60 % compared to a luminaire featuring conventional technology. The luminaires ensure uniform distribution of light and are ideal for applications that depend on diffuse light.
LEDVANCE Surface Circular
LED luminaires for walls and ceilings, which distribute light very uniformly thanks to the PMMA diffusor. Available with and without motion and daylight microwave sensors. The luminaire offers energy savings of up to 55 % compared to a luminaire featuring conventional technology.
Replacement for traditional louvre luminaires with extremely slim aluminum body and Opal diffusor for uniform illumination and minimal glare. Versions with UGR < 19 in accordance with EN 12464-1 are available for desk lighting.