Landscaping for Hospitals & Medical Complexes

Being well cared for is essential to the healing process. While having attentive nurses, doctors, and staff is indispensable, healing can be visually reinforced through your hospital’s landscape architecture.

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Hospital Landscape Design Creates a Positive Image

A vibrant landscape with common areas generates an uplifting emotional response for staff, patients, and visitors.

Landscaping is an integral part of the institution’s brand image, building a positive image with visitors and the surrounding community.


Reduced Liability

A well-designed landscape minimizes risk for patients, visitors, and staff and accommodates wheelchairs. Professional landscape maintenance keeps hospitals and medical facilities walkways clear of debris, snow, and ice.

By partnering with us, your workers’ comp exposure is reduced. Liability for claims related to snow, ice, or your grounds shifts to us.


Increased Sustainability

We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint. We have instituted numerous green initiatives, including using electric mowers, recycling green waste, and helping customers reduce water usage.


Control Costs

An assessment of your landscaping needs allows us to identify challenges and provide creative landscaping solutions to save you money.

Strategically placed trees protect buildings from the heat reducing the cost of air conditioning and maintenance. Trees also minimize soil erosion and play an overall role in landscape sustainability. Appropriate landscape architecture can also reduce water requirements with drought-tolerant plants and vegetation. Expertly installed and maintained Irrigation systems save money over the long term.


Patient Healing and Recovery

Contribute to patient recovery and help reduce stress for caregivers and hospital staff. Brightview’s architects can incorporate green spaces, water features, healing gardens, and walking paths into hospital landscapes to create a calming outdoor environment.

Studies suggest the hospital landscape architecture can accelerate patients’ recovery from surgery and help staff focus on their critical work.