Remodeling Health Care Facilities

As time passes, technology evolves and the state of the world changes, and so does the population and its needs. It’s the job of the businesses to also adapt to be able to meet the requirements of those they serve.  Nowhere is this more apparent than in the healthcare industry.

Remodeling Health Care Facilities

To be honest, there is no room for the status quo when it comes to providing healthcare services. Change is constant and the ability to be able to pivot and respond, sometimes almost immediately, is necessary not only to remain operational but also to protect the health of the communities in which you operate.

Remodeling Appropriately

Over the past several years, while dealing with the Covid-19 virus, healthcare facilities have been in a state of constant flux. At times, some areas were barren and quiet (like operating and patient rooms (designated for elective procedures) while other spots were filled to capacity and practically overflowing (intensive care units, infectious disease floors, and emergency rooms). 

Hospitals need to treat the very sick patients they were receiving. They also needed to reconfigure their buildings to leverage the space they had and do it appropriately. Simply switching the name on the entryway to each floor was insufficient. Changes needed to follow very specific guidelines. Taking into account a number of issues, not the least of which was cleanliness. 

Remodeling Health Care Facilities for Extra Space

While sanitary conditions were always a priority for healthcare facilities, Covid-19 brought the need to a new high. The virus was incredibly contagious, thus the ability to contain it, and then completely clean, sanitize, and disinfect was vital.

Because adding square footage is not only time-consuming but often impossible, many hospitals reconfigured existing space, leveraging modular wall systems that were designed to withstand hospital-grade disinfectants. This allowed them to redirect traffic and better use the entirety of their facilities.

That said, many hospitals are adding space, or reconfiguring more permanently.  In cases like this, modular walls are incredibly useful. They help keep patients, staff, and visitors safe by containing the dust and debris that results from construction.

In short, temporary containment walls are the answer to the challenges facing healthcare facilities today. They prevent the spread of germs, can be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized, and protect those in the hospital during construction projects.  Additionally, they are flexible, allowing the hospital to reconfigure its space quickly and easily.

If you are looking for solutions to space issues in your healthcare facility, these walls are well worth your consideration. They will make remodeling health care facilities easy and safe.

Modern Containment is a full-service rental partner of STARC Systems’ temporary containment wall units.  Our family-owned and operated company has made a commitment to helping local businesses expand safely. The combination of our quality products and client-focused service makes us the vendor of choice for organizations undergoing changes to their facilities.  Contact us today and learn just how powerfully we can support you.

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