Transitional Modular Buildings for Hospital & Healthcare Renovations

January 5, 2011 in Modular Buildings

Healthcare related construction and renovation projects can benefit from the use of temporary modular buildings as transitional space. Satellite Shelters, Inc. has provided space during a multitude of healthcare related renovation projects including emergency departments, surgical sterilization centers, behavioral health clinics, multi-chair dental clinics, kitchens, administrative offices, and more. Valuable time can be saved on your next project by relocating patient services and staff into temporary modular buildings which can free up space for construction.

One example is the use of modular buildings for large military dental clinics. Satellite Shelters has completed dental clinics with 22 to 36 chairs consisting of general dentistry, endodontic, and oral surgery all with labs, offices, locker rooms, and related ancillary space. We can provide the quick and affordable additional space you need when your existing building is being renovated and dental care can not cease. Service men and women will arrive by the bus load and can be seen at once when you have a Modular Building from Satellite Shelters.

Our leases provide a cost-effective way to expedite the process without sacrificing your patient’s care. The existing building’s occupants can be relocated into the temporary modular buildings easily so your staff’s work flow remains constant. Patient care and services will not be interrupted and a seamless transition can be made without losing the hospital’s or clinic’s customers.

Medical Modular Buildings from Satellite Shelters can provide the much-needed space for your construction or renovation projects and for new patients and equipment when you have a permanent or temporary need.

About the Author
John Tully Hale is the Medical Facilities Sales Manager for Satellite Shelters, Inc. He has over 25 years of experience in the design and construction of medical facilities throughout the United States. You can reach John at 216-978-2312 or by e-mail at