Labyrinths in a Hospital Setting

Located in the Healing Garden of the Hospital

The Reflection Labyrinth Brick Paver Labyrinth installed by Marty Kermeen and Labyrinths in Stone

People have been asking if pavers/bricks are a good choice for a labyrinth in the hospital environment? We decided to call Ken Moore, Executive Director of Holzer Center for Cancer. We had the good fortune to build our Reflection Labyrinth design using pavers in their wonderful healing garden in 2004. We asked Mr. Moore if they had experienced any problems. He said he didn’t think so but he would look into it further. Reading his return email you will see that if the pavers are installed properly, they are the perfect surface for a labyrinth at any hospital or clinic.

Please read below~

Hi Marty,

As promised, I just took an IV pole loaded with an IV pump over the labyrinth in our Healing Garden. I had no difficulty moving the pole over the bricks, in fact, it was more difficult to move the pole over the different flooring transitions in our center (carpet to tile, etc.).

We are still very pleased with the quality of the finished labyrinth.  I would recommend  your product to anyone.

Ken Moore
Executive Director for Cancer, Gallipolis, Ohio

 Here is a great video the hospital had made about the Labyrinth and Healing Garden

Video courtesy of Holzer Center for Cancer Care.