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Folding screens Room-dividers, partitions in medical environments

Folding screens in physicians' practices and hospitals are an easy and pleasant means of ensuring confidentiality while protecting patients' privacy, as well as loosening up an austere atmosphere, where people tend to be anxious by definition. Room-dividers relax them, by giving them something beautiful to look at, instead of giving way to fears and morbid imagination.

These pieces of decorative art are ideally suited to emergency halls, doctors' practices, pensioners' homes, clinics, long term care units, waiting rooms....

Folding screens Room-dividers


As a rule, screens in a waiting-room protect patients' intimacy and favor well-being.

Like other works of art, these original partitions create corners of intimacy, keeping away prying eyes.

Patients feel sheltered behind a room-divider, stress goes down, while a pleasant work of art is soothing to behold.

Screens are also a quantum of protection against microbes and bacteria. They encourage trust-building and bonding between people and their carers. A feeling of safety is thus easily created.


In emergency wards, original folding screens are genuine works of art creating areas of privacy and intimacy, where patients may be examined and treated with confidentiality. These screens help navigate a very stressful, painful and touchy episode of human life.


In hospitals, custom-designed screens are like organic sculptures that adapt to patients' needs. They can be used to create quarantine zones to protect other patients and staff from infectious diseases. Screens are decorative art objects that help maintain impeccable hygiene by being easy to clean and disinfect.


Artistic screens in clinics to protect patient privacy

In clinics, artistic screens are modern art works that help protect patient privacy during examinations and treatments. They create zones of confidentiality so that patients can talk to their doctors in complete confidence. Partitions are functional works of art that contribute to patients' well-being.

Artistic screens to create zones of confidentiality

In long-term care centers and retirement homes, screens are like art installations that create areas of privacy for patients. Screens are used to separate patients from each other and create areas of privacy for visits from family and friends.


Tailor-made screens for GP waiting rooms,

For GPs, custom-made screens can be used to divide a large waiting room into separate zones, or in consultation rooms to create a confidential area for physical examinations or sensitive discussions.


Interior screens for gynecologists' patient privacy,

Patients undress more readily behind a screen,

Gynecologists can use them to ensure patient privacy during pelvic or breast examinations. This can help put patients at ease and relax, while providing a comfortable environment for examinations. They are also less shy about undressing behind a folding screen.


Tailor-made screens to isolate cardiology patients

Cardiologists can use custom-made screens to reduce noise and distraction for patients undergoing stress tests.


Custom-made privacy screens for dermatologists

Dermatologists can use custom-made screens to create separate areas for skin treatments and physical examinations. This can also help protect patient privacy while providing a safe and efficient treatment environment.

Decorative screens to help patients feel more comfortable

Radiologists use them to protect patient privacy during imaging exams and also reduce distraction and noise in the exam room, which can help patients feel more comfortable during exams.


Interior screens create privacy zones

Psychologists, psychoanalysts and psychotherapists can use interior screens to create zones of confidentiality for one-on-one consultations with patients. They can also help create an atmosphere of trust and security for patients when discussing personal and emotional problems.

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