Khambaty said he's already heard from patients who prefer the new setting. One positive is that the rooms have much better insulation for sound.
"If a kid is screaming two rooms away, you don't hear that too much," he said. It can be difficult, he said, to get a reluctant child OK with getting a shot when the child hears the screams of another down the hall.
The only issue Khambaty sees being located on the main MCHS campus is parking. Other than that, he says the switch will be a good one for all his patients.