A hospital is a place where you need to know exactly where you are going and with what intention. Signs such as the emergency room or the outpatient unit need to be easy to read to know where to go ahead and get help. At APEX Sign Company, we aim to provide clear and bold signs that will help provide hospitals with a clear and direct way of telling their patients what to do and how to go about it. Hospitals are chaotic, and a lot is going on all at once, due to this, having signs that are illuminating, bold and big will provide direction to patients and the staff. It will almost become a part of memory, and that is when you know that your signs have done well.
Hospital signs have particular and specific guidelines that need to be followed. The restrictions include the size, font and how illuminating it needs to be had to be. That is where APEX Sign Company provides you with the best of signs and a team that will not only provide you with free consultation but also helps you decide which signs works best for you. Our team is trained and experienced in providing the hospital with everything they need. We understand that this is not a small feat as a hospital is a big project to undertake. That is why we ensure that we satisfy the hospital’s demands and provide our best work.
Types of Signs We Provide
Now that you know what we provide, we need to make sure that you know precisely the kind of signs you could be receiving from our company.
The main sign that will always catch the patient’s eye as they come into the hospital is the outdoor sign. These signs are big, bold and illuminating. They are big enough to be seen from the outside and a long distance. With these signs, our graphics team offers you the option of adding directions to let the patient know which building to go to and where the parking lot is. By doing so, the patient comes into the hospital directly without getting lost and losing valuable time.
Along with the outdoor signs, there are indoor signs that include electronic and wayfinders signs. These signs are usually provided in the waiting areas or in lobbies, to provide direct patient care. The indoor electronic signs also help staff such as nurses and doctors keep track of patients and letting them know when their turn is coming up. There are other signs such as the bilingual signs or brail signs for people who cannot see.
All of these signs are managed by our graphics team who sit with the designated people and decide on the sign’s colour, font and size. Our graphics team makes sure that we develop ideas that will make your decision easy and straightforward. When in doubt, come over our page, and we will provide you with a free consultation and an opportunity to sit with our experts and come up with a solid plan.