List of furnishings and textiles that meet the Healthy Interiors criteria

 

Health Care Without Harm and Practice Greenhealth make it easier for hospitals to select furnishings and textiles that meet Health Care Without Harm Healthy Interiors criteria. We worked with manufacturers to identify products that meet the Healthy Interiors criteria. Manufacturers regularly update their lists of products.

An important note: this is not a certification, and we do not verify this information. Hospitals are encouraged to seek verification from individual manufacturers.

Practice Greenhealth has created a Healthy Interiors goal to encourage member hospitals to purchase furnishings that meet the Healthy Interiors criteria. The Healthy Interiors product lists make it easier for hospitals to select furnishings that meet that goal. 

Click on the company logo below to see their list of products. 

Built-in and modular casework
Children’s furniture and mattresses
Cubicle/privacy curtains
Mattresses and pads
(table pads, stretcher pads, pediatric pads)
 
Panels and partitions
 
Seating
(chairs, stools, sofas, benches, recliners, loungers, etc.)
  
Storage units and shelving
(cabinets, filing cabinets, dressers, drawers, bookshelves, built-in shelves, etc.)
 
Systems
(multi-component furniture systems)
 
Textiles
(panel, upholstery, and window fabric)
Wall coverings
Window coverings
(shades)
 
Work surfaces
(tables, desks, overbed tables, etc.)
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Worktools (desk accessories, monitor arms, keyboard accessories, wall rail systems, etc.)