New Lounge, Seating, Accessories, Patient Room Collections Revealed #HCDcon

 Carolina, a leading manufacturer of furniture for healthcare environments, is set to debut new lounge, seating and patient room product collections at the Healthcare Design Conference. Held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Washington, DC, November 14-17, the Healthcare Design Conference is sponsored by Healthcare Design Magazine and is the premier design exposition and conference for healthcare interiors in North America.

“Healthcare design professionals have long relied upon Carolina to deliver forward-thinking solutions that positively impact the healing experience for caregivers, patients, and their families,” said Stan Gray, brand director for Carolina. “Our new Rein+, Cascade and Y60.G2 collections presented here at the Healthcare Design Conference demonstrate the insightful product offering and smart design for which Carolina is known.”

Carolina Products Featured at the Healthcare Design Conference (Booth 1301)

Rein+ by Carolina: Simple and modern, Rein+ is a new collection of products from Carolina designed to offer a greater value proposition for healthcare systems. The Rein+ collection features two lounge variations, guest, tandem, patient and bariatric seating, and occasional tables. Rein+ features a unique ganging ability that allows seating to be uncoupled to change seating arrangements as facility’s needs change and evolve. A wide variety of options allow specifiers the ability to create unique and dynamic seating plans.

Cascade Occasional Tables by Carolina: Designed by Beck & Beck Design Associates, Cascade occasional tables combine the beauty of organic, natural shapes with unique material and color selections. Richly colored paint options, wood finishes and solid surfaces give broad specification options.

Y60.G2 by Carolina: Designed by Beck & Beck Design Associates, and rescaled to a more pleasing proportion, Y60.G2 features two new leg designs, a new tablet option and 110V and USB power components to support modern and active waiting areas.