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Hospital Room Floor Plans

Choose the quantity and type of rooms to build your hospital. We’ll take care of the details. 

 

We have the ability and capacity to immediately manufacture hospital/isolation rooms, including nurses’ stations, to allow for 1,000-room temporary hospitals to be in operation within weeks. 

 

 

Our team is responding around the clock. 

HOSPITAL ROOM DETAILS

A – PATIENT ROOM – STANDARD

213 SF. EACH

B – PATIENT ROOM –
ADA

277 SF. EACH

C – NURSES STATION, CLEAN, SOIL, MEDS

 

D – STORAGE, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL

E – TRIAGE, BREAK ROOM

 

G – LOCKER ROOMS

H & I – EMERGENCY ROOMS

 

J – PHARMACY  /  LAB

M – CHECK-IN / WAITING / STAFF

 

L – BUNK ROOMS

The rooms arrive at the needed location fully finished and we’ve designed them as plug-and-play. You can have as few as two rooms or as many as 1,000 rooms together. These units can sit right in a parking lot or stacked multiple stories high. They do not need to go on permanent foundation.

Our team has created multi-functional room plans to allow for an order to be placed for any number or combination of needs. 

A – PATIENT ROOM – STANDARD

– PTAC
– NEGATIVE PRESSURE AIR
– MED GAS HEADWALL UNIT
– SINGLE HOSPITAL BED
– COULD HOLD TWO BEDS IF NEEDED

Every room installed with the following: 

– PRIVATE BATHROOM
     – TOILET
     – SINK
     – 3’x3′ SHOWER
     – GRAB BARS
     – PRIVACY CURTAIN
– 4’x5′ EGRESS WINDOW
– 4′ ENTRY DOOR
– 8′ CORRIDOR
– FRP WALL & CEILING PANELS
     – EASILY CLEANABLE

Advantages of using our modular rooms instead of existing hotel rooms

o Hotel rooms cannot do a negative pressure with existing HVAC systems.

o Using hotel rooms creates a higher risk of cross-contamination. Most hotel HVAC systems do not allow for fresh air into the room. Their HVAC systems provide outside air to all the rooms, not just one, allowing a higher risk of cross-contamination.

o Hotels have 4’ or 5’ corridors and will not allow two beds to pass at once.

o Hotels have 3’ doors and rolling hospital beds will not fit.

o Hotels have smaller elevators that will not accommodate a rolling hospital bed.

o Hotels typically have porous wall surfaces that make it hard, if not impossible, to fully clean and sanitize.

Re-purpose after the emergency is over:

o Modules can be kept in place as long as needed; even permanently.
o Can be stored for future use or re-purposed as:
     – Homeless shelters
     – Apartments
     – Hotels

Common  Questions

How fast are critical care rooms manufactured?

Once an order has been received, we begin the process in the most efficient manufacturing facility. We believe we can produce 1 modular unit every 1.5 hours. 

How far can we transport these modular rooms?

There is no limit to the distance these hospital and critical care rooms can travel inside the continental United States. They can begin shipping to the Hospital Location within minutes of completion in our factory. 

Is there only one room type?

The architechture teams have designed 11 different room types to meet the needs of a working hospital. The production team is manufacturing the different rooms efficiently and shipping them completely finished and furnished.

Room Types: 

Patient Isolation Room
ADA Patient Isolation Room 
Nurse Station 
Emergency Rooms 
Pharmacy 
Lab 
Waiting Room 
Storage 
Triage Rooms
Breakroom 
Locker Rooms

SEE ROOM TYPES

Do you have other options?

Yes. The 5x 6 or 7-module isolation room offers controlled space and can be moved into a convention center or otherwise roofed facility. 

See Convention Center Plans

Is this a one story footprint?

The modular units can be "stacked" three stories high. 

Can these units be moved and reused?

They will be able to be moved by a professional mover and used again in a new location. 

Why can't we just use vacant hotels and other buildings?

At first, this seems like a fast solution, but there are several factors that make this an unviable option. 

  1. Hotel rooms are not set up to manage air flow or provide negative air pressure which is used to reduce the spread of airborn contaminents. 
  2. Walls, floors, and other surfaces are not able to be correctly sanitized due to materials. 
  3. The facilities aren't ready to handle medical rated electrical devices. 
  4. The facilities would have to be retrofitted for med gas needs which is costly and time consuming.

There are other factors like hallway size, door size, elevator size that cannot handle a hospital bed. 

 

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