New Florida hospital has a hotel feel
With its modern chandeliers, floors that look like wood, picture windows and earth tone decor, a new facility in Florida hardly looks like what it actually is—a hospital. "We were trying to stay away from an institutional look," said Catherine Edmisten, director of clinical services for the 50-bed hospital, formally named Long Term Acute Care Hospital at Connerton.
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