Energy efficient LED lighting for hospitals and healthcare facilities

Lighting plays a key role in every healthcare facility. Hospitals and clinics are constantly searching for ways to improve the experience of both patients and staff while keeping operating costs as low as possible. Healthcare facilities can uniquely benefit from energy efficient lighting through reduced costs from saving energy, improving staff, patient and visitor safety and comfort, and being recognized as a sustainable, eco-friendly organization.

Reduce Costs

Reduce energy costs by 50% with LED lighting and up to 80% with paired lighting controls

Comply with energy legislation and fulfill organizational sustainability goals

Reinvest cost savings in improvements that further improve your facility

Elevate Comfort

Relieve feelings of anxiousness in waiting, examination and patient rooms

Attract and retain top talent by alleviating stress, fatigue and other health risks

Prevent migraines, drowsiness and fatigue caused by glare and flicker

Enhance Experience

Accelerate patient recovery time and improve mood by simulating natural daylight

Increase alertness, concentration and the well-being of facility staff

Wireless lighting controls provide patients with a sense of composure

Organizations That Benefit From Energy Efficient Lighting

Hopitals & Healthcare Clinics

Lighting represents more than 40% of all electrical energy consumption in healthcare facilities according to the Department of Energy. EPL has upgraded lighting in more than four million square feet of health care spaces, driving energy savings of as much as 75% and freeing up millions of dollars for patient care.

Medical errors are the third leading cause of mortality. We’re sponsoring an IRB-approved, peer-reviewed study on light and human alertness, using lighting technology to reduce medical errors. We know that the benefits of the right light can go beyond helping you see to improving health and reducing risk.

Our expertise in leading-edge technology helps healthcare clients thrive. Proper lighting in designated locations helps nightshift staffs stay alert while allowing patients to properly rest.

LIFI for faster, more secure digital communication over traditional WIFI.

Senior Care

Falls are a huge risk for seniors. They cost care facilities more than $30 billion annually ($35,000/incident), not to mention damaging their reputation for quality care. One key contributor to the risk of falls is due to natural light’s effect on the body’s sleep/wake cycles combined with the fact that seniors in care facilities rarely get outside. This adversely affects these cycles and increases the risk of falls. We’ve documented up to a 32% reduction in falls through the use of tunable lighting and controlling light spectrums. We’ve partnered with Midwest Lighting Institute, UW School of Medicine & Public Health and Harvard Medical School to conduct peer-reviewed studies on the effect of light on patients, residents and staff. Our goal is to utilize light for health, safety and productivity while reducing energy consumption. We are so much more than a light bulb company.


Dentists rely on the right light spectrum for detailed, delicate work. Replacing outdated lighting not only drives energy savings, but also improves the ability to color match and make your patient’s smiles even bigger! We have options for light to match daylight, or tunable lighting where you can replicate day or evening lighting, so there is no question about whether or not you got it right or wrong. You and your patients will see the difference!

Apply for a Free Assessment

Learn how much you can save with energy-efficient, occupant-centric lighting upgrades. An EPL lighting expert will follow up shortly to learn more about your facility’s needs and determine if you’re eligible for a free in-depth estimate on what you can save with energy-efficient lighting upgrades from EPL.

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*Please note, EPL solutions are typically not a good match for facilities under 10,000 square feet.