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Wayfinding / Signage

Adequate and clear signage should be displayed on the main and connecting roads to the facility. They should be in a font which is easily visible from a distance. A board clearly indicating the name of the facility should be placed at the front of the facility (including in the local language).

Important information such as contact numbers (e.g., fire, police, ambulance, blood banks and referral centers) should be clearly visible.

Visit schedule of “Primary health care team / roster of visiting physicians” should be displayed.

The layout of the coverage area should be displayed near the entrance. The information regarding to the nearest secondary care facilities could also be displayed at appropriate place.

Safety, hazard and caution signs should be prominently displayed at relevant places. A fluorescent fire exit plan should be considered where appropriate.

Tactile pathways should be made for visually disabled and elderly visitors.