Have you ever went to a hospital or clinic and found yourself lost in one of the hallways? Did you once burst into the wrong room and felt embarrassed? Have you tried browsing through a hospital’s website and weren’t able to navigate to which section you’re looking for? If your answer is a yes to these questions, then there clearly is a problem with how hospitals and clinics use medical icons.
It may seem a trivial feature, but medical icons offer incomparable safety benefits to doctors, staff, and patients. Luckily, you don’t need to search the entire web for medical icons. This page provides its readers a well-rounded catalog. You could also check our free icons set for other icons for other uses as well, if you aren’t looking for medical icons.
Health icons come in different themes and purposes. Before choosing a set, identify first the purpose of these icons. Are these printed out and cut into labels for your clinic? Are you going to use these vectors for a clinic’s website?
Once you know what to do with these icons, you can download either single or multiple sets from this page. To give a you glimpse at what you’re getting, here are the major characteristics of these icons in this page:
Choosing an all-around medical icon package may be a tedious task yet necessary for your clinics. To deal with this inconvenience, we here provide some clinical and health icons that you could download, edit, and print:
When you download a template, you’ll be getting the entire set. Thus the burden of repeatedly downloading every single icon individually is no longer your worries. Moreover, this page strives to give all our readers the utmost convenience. Our packages are readily downloadable and available in different graphics file formats such as EPS, AI, and SVG.
On top of these perks, these medical icon packages are not only limited to clinical, medical, and health care symbols. In fact, our wide variety of fitness icons are just as available and are included in some packages.
Putting patient-friendly icons in hospital rooms and hallways is a good way to calm anxious patients and relatives. Bright-colored icons are deemed to uplift, entertain, and distract patients, even if it’s only momentarily. In severe cases and instances of operations, waiting relatives can keep intense emotions at bay when nonintimidating icons are posted on doors and glass windows.
Moreover, it is remarkably important to have these icons portray a single thought or purpose. Otherwise, patients and even doctors might get the wrong idea causing multiple risks on both the patient’s health and the doctor’s reputation.