Indiana University Health, Indiana’s most extensive healthcare system, has chosen Kimball Office as its exclusive office furniture manufacturer. Several of the healthcare system’s locations are undergoing renovations or completing construction to better serve patients’, visitors’ and employees’ needs. And Kimball Office solutions are planned for public and patient lounges, nursing stations, registration areas, private offices, open plans, and conference rooms in these IU Health locations.
“As Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system, it is critical for our team to foreshadow patients’ and visitors’ needs so their focus is on wellness,” said Joe Arruda, IU Health ‘s vice president for supply chain, design and construction. “Our partnership with Kimball Office is helping us exceed patients’ and visitors’ expectations by creating spaces where they feel comfortable communicating with healthcare professionals.”
Indianapolis-based, Kimball Office select dealer, D2P, was contracted by the healthcare system to coordinate and service its robust network of statewide locations. “In any healthcare setting, there is a high sense of urgency, and the quality and professionalism of Kimball Office’s solutions and team match IU Health’s needs perfectly. We’re excited to take part in the evolution of IU Health and create healthy environments for patients, visitors, and staff,” said Rebecca Denison Schultz, Principal of D2P.
Renovations and construction to IU Health’s facilities are estimated for completion within five years. Among the Kimball Office’s products to be used are Beo, Villa, and Pose lounges; Wish, Campos, and Hero task seating; and Fluent, Priority and Xsite desks, and systems. All Kimball Office-manufactured products are American National Standards Institute/Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturer’s Association (ANSI/BIFMA) level(R) 2 or 3 certified, the industry’s top ranking for sustainability.
For more information about Kimball Offices healthcare solutions, visit, www.kimballoffice.com.
Image: A variety of Kimball Office's healthcare solutions will be used in several renovated locations of Indiana University Health.