Healthcare Wayfinding Signage

Improve Patient and Visitor Navigation

Clear and concise exterior and interior wayfinding signage provides crucial navigation, for often times panicked and stressed, patients and visitors in healthcare facilities. Color coded, highly visible and strategically placed directional and identification signage can greatly reduce travel time and confusion when it matters most. Our wayfinding planning and design experts understand the intricate dynamics of healthcare wayfinding and deliver successful wayfinding signage solutions.

Healthcare Facility Exterior Wayfinding Signage Includes:

  • Main Identification Signs — sometimes referred to as "Facility Boundary" signage, these signs are generally large (pylon) in size and may contain digital message units
  • Main Identification Channel Letters — most often LED-illuminated and visible from substantial distances
  • Directional Signs — consisting of individual stacking signage components, our signature E-Z Change wordbar signage system is ideal for this wayfinding application. Easily update or replace a singular message bar instead of replacing an entire sign face using our E-Z Change Wordbar system
  • ER Specific Signs — identify Emergency Rooms and the life-saving routes leading to them with emergency specific identification and directional signs
  • Building Identification — choose from ground or wall (building surface) mounted options
  • Parking Signs — identify entire lots and/or individual spaces for increased driver awareness
  • Regulatory Signs — identify shuttle/bus stops, pedestrian crosswalks, and more
  • Pole Banner Signs — our patented Perma-Banner pole banner sign system is perfect for facility branding, parking lot identification, and more

Healthcare Facility Interior Wayfinding Signage Includes:

  • Building and Floor Directory Signs — provide up-to-date building content listings with our easily changeable paper insert interior signage options
  • Directional Signs — choose from our paper insert or custom interior signage options
  • Room Identification Signs — our ADA compliant HID aluminum frame and acrylic signs both offer paper insert capabilities for fast and easy room content updates
  • Patient Focused Signs — improve staff communication and reduce safety risks with changeable paper insert medical icons; place these signs within patient rooms or combine with ADA compliant patient room identification signs
  • Regulatory Signs — these signs are generally required for occupancy permits
  • Projection and Ceiling Suspension Mount Signs — perfect when visibility from a distance is necessary
 
hospital wayfinding signage

LECOM Medical Center

Initially, signs were not well integrated into the LECOM Medical Fitness and Wellness Center’s building plans

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hospital interior wayfinding signage

Jameson Health

An already satisfied customer of PRIME Sign Program, Jameson Health turned to us to provide the necessary facility's interior and exterior signage program for a recent addition.

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hospital exterior wayfinding signage

Geisinger Health System

A customer of nearly 15 years, Geisinger Health System came to PRIME Sign Program requesting a complete exterior signage survey of their Danville campus as well as several signage program design options.

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Corry Memorial Hospital

Corry Memorial Hospital

With the help of PRIME Sign Program's team of signage planning and design experts, Corry Memorial Hospital successfully opened its doors with modular sign systems in place, providing visitor navigation throughout the new facility.

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Allegheny Health Network

Allegheny Health Network

Saint Vincent is now an affiliate of Allegheny Health Network and has grown into a state-of-the-art medical facility serving the entire northwestern region of PA.

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UPMC Hamot Women's Hospital

UPMC Hamot Women's Hospital

Expanding tremendously over the last decade, Hamot Hospital partnered with UPMC of Pittsburgh in 2011 and is currently a 433-bed tertiary care facility, regional referral hub and Level II Trauma Center. The new hospital required both interior and exterior signage.

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Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic is one of the largest and most respected hospitals in the country, with a main campus that consists of over 40 buildings on 160 acres in Cleveland, Ohio. The number of signs provided exceeds 15,000 signs to date.

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