Take a closer look at the great features in these veterinary practices that give team members a place to eat, learn, and relax.
Cleveland Park Animal Hospital
1. Natural light: A small window supplements the room's artificial lighting while giving team members a pleasant view.
2. Design detail: Mosaic tile makes this kitchenette feel more like a home than a workplace.
3. Calming colors: A cool blue shade of paint sends a soothing feeling through this break room.
4. Stylish furniture: Forget picnic tables or hard metal chairs. Team members at Cleveland Park Animal Hospital enjoy rich wood furnishings.
5. A floral touch: Small design features can add up quickly, so don't underestimate the importance of details like keeping fresh flowers or plants in team areas.
6. Stainless steel: Team members don't have to fight for room in this full-sized refrigerator. And they'll never scrub coffee mugs thanks to the dishwasher.
Pacific Animal Hospital
1. Fun foliage: Local plants add a touch of nature to this serene patio.
2. Convenient comfort: The patio area is located just outside the break room. A couch within the break room allows team members to enjoy the view even during inclement weather.
3. A place to sit: High-quality patio furniture—especially chairs that won't collect standing water—is an essential part of a good team patio.
4. Space to stand: Rather than pile an excess number of chairs onto the patio, the practice owners at Pacific Animal Hospital have given team members room to move.
Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson
1. Smart ceiling: There's no need to speak up in the conference room, thanks to acoustic metal ceiling tiles that provide optimal sound performance.
2. Powerful presentations: Providing visual aids is easy at Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson, where veterinarians and other presenters rely on a projector connected to a laptop computer.
3. Eagle-eye view: A window lets doctors and team members keep an eye on adjoining areas during team meetings.
4. Cozy chairs: Modern padded chairs mean team members won't have to fidget constantly to stay comfortable.
5. A soft landing: Carpet tiles provide a welcome escape for team members who are used to walking on harder flooring surfaces throughout the workday.