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The Types of Lights Will You Find in a Hospital and Healthcare Facility

Hospital lights vary by application and location. The outdoor lights used outside are typical of any commercial establishment. Many of the lights in hospitals and healthcare facilities’ interiors are general lighting that you can find in schools and other commercial offices. These include panel lights, sconces, and stairwell lighting.

Lobby: LED panel lights or retrofit solutions with LED tubes or magnetic retrofit strips.

Patient Rooms: For good lighting and visual comfort, we recommend LED panels and over-bed linear fixtures.

Corridor Lighting: LED panel lights, or retrofit solutions with LED tubes.

Ward Lighting: LED panels mounted in the ceilings.

Kitchens: We offer NSF rated fixtures

Color Adjustable LED Fixtures: We do have a series of color-adjustable LED panels and flush-mounted ceiling lights. They allow you to set the desired color temperature.

The Benefits of Using LEDs in a Hospital

Here are a few reasons why LED Lighting is more suitable for hospitals than HID and fluorescent lighting:

  • Reduce energy consumption by 50-90%.
  • Dramatically reduce maintenance costs with 10+ years of maintenance-free lighting.
  • LEDs work well with motion sensors – so lights are only at full power when needed.
  • Instant on – instant off - no waiting for lights to achieve full power.
  • No annoying humming of ballasts.
  • Lighting Controls will add to savings by turning down lights when they are not needed
  • No UV light with LED Lighting

Why LED is Better than Fluorescent Lighting for Healthcare Facilities

LED, without a doubt for proper lighting. Fluorescent lights strobe, flicker, and hum, cause eye strain and headaches and have mercury.

With LED, there’s no humming, no strobing, no flickering, and no mercury. Plus, with LED, you get significant energy and maintenance savings.

Ideal Lighting Levels for Hospitals and Health Care Facilities

That depends on the function and area, but here are some general guidelines:

  • Lobby Area 15-20 fc
  • Waiting Area (General) 20-30 fc
  • Patient Ward Rooms (Observation) 30 fc
  • Medical Laboratory 50 fc
  • Operating Room 300 – 1000 fc
  • Critical Care Areas (Examination) 50 fc

Is it Better to Retrofit or Use New Fixtures for Hospital Lighting?

It depends on the light itself. If it is a light that is hard to find, but you’d like to convert it to LED, retrofitting makes sense. Otherwise, we would recommend new fixtures.

Best Color Temperature to Use in a Hospital

It depends on the purpose of the room and the activity performed in it. For patient rooms and waiting rooms, we would recommend a warmer color temperature, 3000K or 4000K. For commercial kitchens and engineering rooms, we would recommend 5000K.

How to Avoid the Build-up of Germs on Hospital LED Lights

Like any surface in a hospital, you should clean the light surface to avoid the build-up of germs.

Installing LED Lighting in a Hospital

Any qualified electrician familiar with installing fixtures in a hospital will have no issue with our lights. They install easily and every fixture comes complete with installation instructions.

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