IOA Healthcare Furniture took home the Best of Competition honor for its CAMA Bed Chair.
Companies that will be exhibiting at the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference in Orlando in November 2017 are encouraged to enter product introductions in the Nightingale Awards. The entry deadline is October 16.
The Nightingale Awards honor new products that are exhibited at the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference in November. Presented by Healthcare Design and Contract in partnership with the Center for Health Design, the Nightingale Awards recognize contribution to the healthcare built environment through product design and innovation that contributes to healing.
Named in honor of Florence Nightingale, and initiated by Contract magazine’s editors and The Center for Health Design’s founders in 1990, the Nightingale Awards recognize products that are juried by seasoned healthcare design professionals and healthcare facility managers. The jury makes selections based on the product’s contribution to a healing environment, functionality, quality and durability, aesthetics and style, pricing, and innovation. To evaluate the entries, jurors visit the exhibitors’ booths before the show floor opens at the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference to examine the products in person and ask questions of the manufacturers as well.
Below, view the 2016 winners of the Nightingale Awards.
Image courtesy of CAMA, Inc.
IOA Healthcare Furniture’s CAMA Bed Chair was honored as the Best of Competition. The chair was also honored with the Gold Award in Seating: Patient, and the Silver Award in Seating: Guest/Lounge.
Innovation Award in Architectural Products: Clinical:
Plus, Pressalit Care
Gold Award in Architectural Products: Clinical:
Acrovyn Wall Panels, Construction Specialties
Innovation Award in Architectural Products: Non-Clinical:
9100Q noiseless Lock with SilentPAC lever dampening, Accurate Lock and Hardware
Silver Award in Fabrics & Textiles:
Pronto +, C.F. Stinson, LLC
Gold Award in Fabrics & Textiles:
Gaia Collection, Pallas Textiles
Innovation Award in Flooring: Hard Surface:
QuickStix, Mannington Commercial
Silver Award in Flooring: Hard Surface:
Innovation Award in Flooring: Resilient:
nora nTx, nora systems, Inc.
Silver Award in Flooring: Resilient:
Gold Award in Flooring: Resilient:
Solitude, Shaw Contract
Gold Award in Furniture Collections:
Nara, Stryker/Tekna, Inc.
Silver Award in Lighting:
Fail-Safe SGI-C/F LED Architectural Behavioral Health Luminaires, Eaton
Gold Award in Lighting:
Symmetry, Visa Lighting
Silver Award in Seating: Conferences:
Doni Seating Collection, KI
Gold Award in Seating: Conference:
Silver Award in Seating: Guest/Lounge:
CAMA Family Chaise Sleeper, IOA Healthcare Furniture
Amelio Bench Sleeper, Krug
Gold Award in Seating: Guest/Lounge:
Caterina Guest Collection, Kwalu
Innovation Award in Seating: Patient:
The New Accord Recliner, Wieland
Silver Award in Seating: Patient:
Jordan 8 Series Powered Recliner, Krug
Gold Award in Seating: Patient:
CAMA Bed Chair, IOA Healthcare Furniture
Gold Award in Signage & Wayfinding:
Skyline Design Glass Wayfinding, Skyline Design
Silver Award in Surfacing Materials:
Casper Privacy Film, Steelcase Health
Silver Award in Window Shading & Treatments:
MechoNet Wireless Daylight Sensor & Controller, MechoSystems
Gold Award in Window Shading & Treatments:
EcoVeil Sheer, MechoSystems
The Nightingale Best of Competition Award was given to Nemschoff for Ava Recliner, which also received a Gold Award in the Seating: Patient category.
The winners of the Nightingale Awards for healthcare interior products were announced by Contract Editor in Chief John Czarnecki this morning at the Healthcare Design Conference in San Diego.