The push for transparency in the veterinary clinic

January 25, 2019
David Gasser, AIA

Some clients want to be in on their pets' treatment. Like, all of it.

Transparency-the ability to see beyond the exam room, even deep into treatment areas-is a trending idea in veterinary hospital design. And HospitalDesign360 speaker Dave Gasser, AIA, can see why. "Pets are really an owner's children," he says. "They want to know what's happening to their loved one in this stressful environment."

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Building a transparent veterinary practice-with glass, open spaces and values.

The evolution of client-friendly veterinary hospital design.

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If it's what the client wants and it's what you want, so be it. But Gasser wants to make sure that the service doesn't suffer.

"You just want to make sure that you're not going to affect the efficiency of staff," he says.

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