Light as part of Healthcare -
Lighting in the hospital room should be conductive to the well-being of the patient and can also support the recovery. Lighting that simulates the natural daylight rhythm affects positively the quality of life of the residents in nursing homes.
All indoor and outdoor areas of public healthcare institutions require uniform and bright illumination that allows for a quick orientation and is decisive for ensuring safety.
Jobs in health care require very different lighting scenarios, which must always allow for concentrated work. Glare-free light is essential to cope with demanding tasks without visual fatigue. In staffrooms discreet lighting in warm light colours should offer the opportunity to relax, and represent an enjoyable contrast to the cool ambience.
A key feature of the lighting in health care is its cost. Due to the round-the-clock operation the return on investment (ROI) for cost-efficient and durable LED technology is quickly reached.