Purchasing or building a medical clinic for your business is a major decision. You want a facility that is clean, comfortable, functional, and affordable. A modular medical building can meet all of those criteria while also providing additional flexibility and customization options.
Learn about modular healthcare facilities with custom options that fit hospital and clinic specifications.
In most industries, decisions surrounding office space and functionality can feel a little mundane. You know you need more office space, but the worst that can come of a subpar office solution is a little lost efficiency or wasted money.
Space and capacity constraints are nothing new for the healthcare industry.
The number of COVID-19 cases is still growing at a staggering rate, and the need for more beds, labs, offices, and even storage has never been greater or more immediate in the healthcare industry. A temporary building or modular structure is the best way to add effective, safe, affordable capacity to healthcare facilities.
With the entire undergraduate student population set to return to school this fall, Tufts University (Medford, Massachusetts) is leading the way in creating a safer, more trackable environment by utilizing modular dorms.
The number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, leading to an unprecedented demand for more beds, labs, offices, and storage. Temporary buildings or modular structures offer a timely, safe, and cost-effective solution to this challenge. So, why aren't more healthcare facilities adopting them?
Unprecedented Times Call for Immediate Solutions
As the global spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues, our healthcare infrastructure, hospitals, and healthcare workers are being overwhelmed by the amount of patients affected.
Adaptability and flexibility are top construction priorities for healthcare organizations according to the 2017 Hospital Construction Survey by the Health Facilities Management and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the American Hospital Associatio
In a survey by Willis Towers Watson, 31 percent of employers have considered expanding their onsite health services. An additional 38 percent of employees have stated they want to add more healthcare centers.