New York: Reinhold, 1955. First edition. Cloth over Boards. Quarto, pp. 2618, indexed, illustrated with b/w drawings and photographs. Very Good; no dust jacket. Item #19824
A book on the architectural problems of buildings in which physicians conduct their professional activities was long overdue. Physicians do not receive formal training which qualifies them to draw architectural plans for professional office buildings or group practice facilities; most architects, of necessity, have little practical experience in such special purpose buildings. This book discusses strategically located waiting rooms, adequate examination and treatment rooms, laboratory space, space for clinic records, expansion planning, and more. This book contains a great deal of practical importance to physicians and dentists.