Precision-manufactured treatment rooms, designed to meet the demands of even the most sensitive medical procedure
Whatever healthcare treatments you need to accommodate, Portakabin has the expertise and the building systems to fulfil even the strictest building regulations for the most sensitive medical procedures. Whether you need treatment rooms for precision ophthalmology procedures, specialist x-ray rooms, renal care facilities, chiropody surgeries or maternity units, Portakabin buildings can be designed to meet the demands of every medical discipline. Floors can be reinforced to provide a solid base for delicate procedures or heavy equipment, and lead-lined windows can be specified for x-ray rooms.
All Portakabin treatment rooms are designed to comply with all the relevant requirements of HTM (Health Technical Memoranda), HBN (Health Buildings Notes), SHTM (Scottish Health Technical Memoranda) and HAI-SCRIBE (Healthcare Associated Infection System for Controlling Risk in the Built Environment).
Why choose treatment room buildings from Portakabin?
Trust the healthcare building specialists
Portakabin has been a trusted supplier to many healthcare organisations for many years, delivering a host of medical facilities, from specialist dialysis units through to entire hospital buildings, incorporating every type of treatment room. Take a look at some of the specialist healthcare buildings we have provided for Diaverum, Queen Margaret Hospital and Oldbury and Smethwick PCT .
“DMC staff and doctors moved in soon after the building was completed and are already providing a full range of medical services to patients in the region. They are very happy with the quality of their new surgery, and we were delighted with the timely delivery and the overall service provided by Portakabin.”Matthew Brett, Project Manager
"We had great support on site and our project manager at Portakabin was brilliant - nothing was too much trouble for him, including amendments to the specialist University Eye Clinic areas, which helped the whole project run smoothly."John Ryan, Estates and Facilities Services, Anglia Ruskin University