Onsite Healthcare Clinics have Gained Traction with Large Companies
Onsite healthcare clinics have gained traction with large businesses and are helping create a focus of wellness and prevention. BMW is a company that not only works hard to constantly find areas for cost savings and profitability, but more importantly provides options that benefit their workforce. BMW Manufacturing in Spartanburg, SC opened its onsite Associate Family Health Center in 2013. On a smaller scale, Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC, a JM Family Enterprises company, opened an onsite modular health care clinic at their facility in Commerce, GA during 2014. Many types of large companies, including Facebook and United Airlines, also have built onsite healthcare clinics in recent years, helping to create a trend of onsite medical treatment options for employees.
If your company has considered adding an onsite medical clinic to your campus, but delayed the decision because of uncertainty related to the long-term commitment, there is a temporary option. Onsite healthcare clinics can be built with modular building construction, allowing you to place a relocatable medical clinic at your facility for your workers. Furthermore, companies like Premise Health, Healthstat, Marathon Health, QuadMed, and Advocate at Work can operate the health clinic for your company. Onsite health clinics are making healthcare more accessible, by bringing wellness and medical treatment closer to employees. This is similar in concept to the way health networks and hospitals are opening satellite urgent care facilities in order to deliver affordable healthcare options closer to communities.
Looking to build an onsite healthcare clinic? Off-site modular building construction provides an efficient way for businesses like yours to construct a clinic on your property, quickly and affordably. Offering the same or similar options, a modular healthcare clinic can look and feel just like a conventionally built clinic.
Off-site modular building construction basically means that your building is constructed in large sections (“modules”) at an off-site factory. The modules are transported to your property and installed on the foundations that have already been built.
- Modular construction is fast, because the modules are built at the same time excavation and foundation installation on the construction site are being performed.
- Modular construction is safe, because more work is done in the factory’s controlled setting rather than onsite, where weather and other risk factors are present.
- Modular construction creates less disturbances, because there are fewer deliveries to your property and the construction schedule is substantially shorter than conventional construction.
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