Children's Hospital Installs Printed Ceiling Tiles in Hospital Rooms to Give Kids Visual Relief from their Medical Realities

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Children's Mercy Hospital incorporates new, colorful, printed ceiling tiles (CeilingScenes), to soften the environments where children undergo diagnosis, treatment and convalesce.

Melissa Pulis, MSM, CCLS, Child Life Manager at CMH Hospitals and Clinics spearheaded the use of this new ceiling treatment to ease their young patient’s stress and find a distraction to help medical personnel in diagnosis and treatments.

During the months of June and July of this year, CMH installed over (25) CeilingScenes in various areas including; radiology, diagnostic, treatment, and patient’s rooms.

Melissa concludes: “These ceiling tiles have totally changed the feeling of the areas where they are installed. The children love to look at them and it really lifts their spirits and gives them something else to think about beside their problems, treatment, or how long they have to be hospitalized. The CeilingScenes are like visual candy and it really improves their mood and outlook.”

Larry Losr, President of Applied Visual Concepts, the parent of CeilingScenes products, states: This is a very cost effective ($35.95 to $65.95 ea.) method of totally transforming a very sterile, and foreign environment into a friendly, more pleasant place to be.

CeilingScenes are produced and sold by

Applied Visual Concepts,

Holland MI. phone-616 546 3543

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