- What We Do
- Healthcare Environments
Elevating the human experience of care.
Warm, stylish and comfortable spaces–designed to heal. Research shows that interiors can have a powerful influence over one's state of mind. We create spaces that promote healing and wellness through thoughtful design that makes life better for patients, caregivers and staff.
We design healthcare environments based on decades of research and experience from our team of experts. Lobbies that are warm and welcoming. Patient rooms that are comfortable. Clinical areas, labs, and storage facilities that are safe, clean and efficient.
As a Certified Herman Miller Dealer, we represent the most comprehensive offering of furniture available to the healthcare industry. Together, Herman Miller Healthcare and Nemschoff have been setting new standards for healthcare furniture since 1968. We also represent hundreds of other furniture vendors, and work to find the right solutions for you.
Our health care team offers expertise and insight to create modern, safe, and efficient healthcare facilities. From laboratories to lounge areas, we partner with architects and design firms to enhance the health and happiness of everyone who enters the space. Our full range of in-house services—from design and space planning to furniture selection, delivery, installation, and maintenance—help make your job smooth and worry-free.
Our healthcare clients include hospitals, clinics, and medical centers across California. As a GSA authorized dealer, we help clients and partners navigate the complexities of federal or state contract numbers, RFQs, and sustainability requirements for LEED certification. Our clients include:
California HealthCare Foundation
El Camino Hospital
Harbor UCLA Medical Center
High Desert MACC
Kaiser Santa Clara
LAC+USC Medical Center
Marin General Hospital
Martin Luther King, Jr. MACC
Memorial Medical Center, Modesto
Novato Community Hospital
Olive View Medical Center
San Francisco General
St. Luke’s Hospital
Sutter Santa Rosa
ValleyCare Health System