Modular Healthcare Buildings to Accommodate Patients and Staff
When it comes to building modular solutions for the healthcare market, Innovative Modular Solutions excels, providing prefabricated modular medical facilities, from individual medical offices for physicians and specialists to diagnostic imaging suites and dialysis facilities, all the way to complete modular clinics and hospitals.
Our modular medical facilities require minimal waste, and take Less time on site than traditional building method. This Minimizes disruption to existing facilities, doctors, patients and staff.
Speed. Savings. Sustainability: earn how temporary or permanent modular solutions can be the best answer to get your healthcare facility the space it needs in our short overview.
Why Modular for Healthcare Buildings
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Modular buildings in the time of Covid-19
The coronavirus crisis has brought profound change across the globe. The sheer scale of the pandemic puts enormous stress on healthcare systems everywhere. Medical facilities, from hospitals to care homes and housing for vulnerable people – all are focussed on limiting the spread and human impact of Covid-19.
There are many benefits associated with modular buildings that make them an ideal choice for emergency response.
The first benefit is speed. With a ready fleet of modular buildings, companies like Karmod can rapidly deploy buildings within a matter of weeks. This can be especially important when trying to add healthcare space quickly, such as during the current Coronavirus outbreak.
A second benefit of utilizing modular structures is the ability to expand capacity over the short term – and then demobilize the structures after the immediate demand passes.
Third, construction costs, especially in cities like ISTANBUL, can often cause building projects to come in over budget. This is due to the difficulty of sourcing building materials, navigating building sites and transporting materials. However, the modular construction process can lead to much more predictable (and lower long-term) costs. This ensures that a modular hospital or modular medical building project comes in under budget and in on time.
Fourth, modular healthcare buildings allow hospital systems to establish triage and intensive care (ICU) facilities in out-lots surrounding the main hospital. This “remoteness” allows healthcare workers to screen and treat COVID-19 patients away from the general (and potentially vulnerable) population. In addition, as a virus like the Coronavirus travels, medical facilities can coordinate to share temporary healthcare facilities, since modular units are highly portable. This allows new and used modular buildings to be transported exactly where they are needed, limiting the risk of patient exposure to general communities.
Finally, modular construction allows healthcare facilities to equip their spaces with the latest technology. Specific rooms and buildings within a healthcare facility can be designed and manufactured with very specific technology to be used at the facility. Whether it is visual displays and monitors or touch-less operation technology, the customer can be certain that each item will be integrated into the design perfectly.