Modular MD standalone units contain amenities for continued care, including nursing stations, “data closets,” utility rooms, staff restrooms, and patient bathrooms in each room. They feature antimicrobial material for all surfaces, such as counters, as well as monolithic flooring. Each 200-square-foot modular unit can house up to six patient beds. Units can be powered by utility and generator power, allowing them to be deployed for any situation. Units utilized for an emergency can be repurposed for an exam space or as an addition to the hospital’s existing infrastructure. They’re also conducive to stacking and are transported by forklift and trailer.
Modular MD’s units offer a flexible and high-tech solution, resolving both short-term and long-term needs. Outfitted to support critical patient care, units can be pre-engineered or customized depending on your needs. These advanced units can support 24/7 security systems for patient monitoring, waste treatment capabilities and can operate by generator and utility power.
McKinsey’s seminal report on modular construction revealed that hospitals are one of the primary construction verticals that would benefit greatly from modular expansion or new construction. It ranked highest in terms of the rationale for both unit size and value density.