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Ep 18: What Hospital Remodels You Can Do Without a Consultant with Lloyd Lewis

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Join this week’s episode of The Veterinary Business Success Show to learn how to upscale your hospital with host Brendan Howard and guest, architect, Lloyd Lewis.

Lloyd Lewis gained his bachelor’s degree in Design and Applied Arts with a focus on Architecture in 1998 from Clemson University, and since then has worked as an artist, director, and associate architect. 

At Animal Arts, Lloyd works as an associate to create specialized facilities with the focus on designing spaces for the care of animals. Animal Arts ‘create[s] innovative spaces for the care of animals. Through architecture and design, we promote and support the advancement of animal welfare and wellness.’

Tune in to this episode to learn more about the basics of remodeling a practice to achieve a happier, more practical environment. 

Outline of the Episode:

  • [01:09] The episode kicks off with Brendan asking Lloyd what small changes practices can make to upscale their hospital. 
  • [03:50] Lloyd discusses selecting color choices for your practice.
  • [8:05] Brendan and Lloyd discuss using white/light colors in practices and hospitals.
  • [09:31] Lloyd discusses upgrading cabinets to make them durable. 
  • [12:16] Brendan and Lloyd discuss styles and trends of veterinary practices at the moment. 
  • [14:26] Ad break, join ‘Leaders’.
  • [15:51] Do clients want lighting to make a statement or be practical? Brendan and Lloyd discuss the impact of lighting on practices. 
  • [21:15] Lloyd discusses a recent hospital he helped design with a glass exam room. 
  • [23:17] Brendan and Lloyd talk about open duct ceilings, if they’re a trend and if they’re suitable for practices. 
  • [26:06] Designing the exterior of your practice, what you need to know.
  • [29:35] The episode wraps up to an end. 


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