What is Most Important to Your Patient’s Comfort in Your Waiting Room?

Some 59.3% of patients say a friendly receptionist is “very important” to their comfort while in your waiting room, according to Jobson Optical Research’s 2011 Waiting Game report. Another 46.9% say a comfortable temperature is very important, while 44.9% cite comfortable chairs as very important. Some 25.8% find it very important to have reading materials available, while 13.1% consider it very important to have a television to watch. Another 11.2% say it is very important to have a children’s play area; 8.5% think modern decor is very important; and 6.6% find it very important to have computers to use.

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