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Family members who want to stay overnight with Stamford (Conn.) Hospital patients can now do so in relative luxury, in a private adjoining room that could cost hundreds of dollars a night, according to an article on the Stamford Advocate website.
The suites are designed to replace hotel stays for family members.
The signature suites will be available in November and feature a bed, desk, refrigerator, ceramic sink with tile backsplash and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Although final prices have not been set, they will fall within the market rate of $200 to $2,400 a night. The cost of a suite will depend on the meal plan a patient and their family chooses and the types of towels and sheets they want during their stay.
Read the article.
This Quick Read was submitted by Cathryn Jakicic, Healthcare Industries Editor, Facilities.net.