Midmark Corp., a leading medical solutions provider focused on the design of the clinical environment to improve the delivery of care, today announced that its Synthesis Wall-Hung Cabinetry earned the internationally renowned GOOD DESIGN Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.
Selected as a winner in the furniture category for innovative and cutting-edge design, the Midmark Synthesis Cabinetry Collection is designed specifically for the clinical environment to help enhance workflow, ergonomics, technology integration and infection prevention at the point of care. Synthesis Wall-Hung Cabinetry improves ergonomic reach and visibility while helping enhance storage efficiency and infection prevention.
Synthesis Wall-Hung Cabinetry features base and tall cabinets that better position the most-used areas of storage for easier reach by physicians and staff. For instance, the lower upper height and thinner depth of the cabinets improve access to storage with less reach and lean required. Additionally, the use of gravity-fed, angled flow-shelving improves visibility and access to supplies, even for items stored toward the back of the cabinet.