Barrier-Resistant Doors: Designed with Patient Safety in Mind

Door functionality for behavioral health facilities has improved over the last decade because of greater patient accessibility with doors that function in healthcare environments.


Barrier-resistant doors reduce safety and liability concerns by allowing easy room access to staff, but also give patients the privacy they need.

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Meeting a Prevalent Need

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Our barrier-resistant doors were inspired by a custom solution that allowed staff to provide better care.


In addition to preventing barricades, our barrier-resistant doors have the Acrovyn® difference, which means a long-lasting door that stands up to frequent impacts and germ contact without sustaining damage.


They’re also able to blend seamlessly into existing or new décor with an array of solid colors, woodgrain patterns, or custom graphics. Our doors are functioning in hospitals across the world, including Boston Children's Hospital at Waltham (left).

Better Solutions

We understand that every project has its own special criteria for doors, and that our standard designs may not be right for your needs. We have a team of technical experts that can work with you to design a custom Acrovyn door that meets your facility's exact requirements.


Keep Learning

It’s our mission to help hospitals provide the best care possible. Learn more about how our barrier-resistant doors are contributing to a better built environment by downloading the full-length version of our barrier-resistant doors article.


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