This January, Allseating was added to the Premier GPO select list of furniture providers, giving the Canadian-based manufacturer an opportunity to promote seating solutions to 3,400 U.S. hospitals and 110,000 other health care providers. At Premier’s annual exhibition from June 23-26, Allseating will showcase for members its commitment to fulfilling needs across the entire continuum of care—keeping patients, family, and caregivers in mind.
Patients and families today expect a clean, comfortable and inviting health care environment, and Allseating’s Foster line was designed to address the ever-changing needs of that environment. Several pieces of the Foster collection will be on display at the Premier show representing the hundreds of configurations available. Allseating’s philosophy that intentional design can also be affordable means that Healthcare organizations at any budget level can find the appropriate option.
Allseating offers a number of ergonomic options for caregivers or those at reception. Introducing a revolutionary way of sitting that “lifts” you into the proper position, the You chair proactively addresses the risks of spinal compression, which is one of the major impediments facing employees and employers today. The U-shaped support frame is available in aluminum or nylon, offering a choice of price point.
Requisite, on display at Premier, is a stylish, affordable offering. Featuring the classic lines that make it at home behind a hospital director’s desk or around a conference table, Requisite is also built with a highly-durable all-steel frame that allows the back to flex and support. Meanwhile, the Twist side chair is perfect for a training or in a waiting room, but includes subtle design details that make it more than just functional.
“At Allseating, we take a holistic approach to Healthcare needs,” says Michelle Rice, Allseating’s Healthcare program director. “Our intention is to partner with organizations, understanding their specific needs in order to enable us to provide the best possible solutions to facilitate their work and improve outcomes.”
June 19, 2015