HEALTHCARE AND MEDICAL CENTER DISASTER RECOVERY SOLUTIONS
When fires, flooding or other disasters strike healthcare facilities, the recovery circumstances can be exceedingly complex. In addition to keeping patients safe and maintaining top-level care, chemical and equipment protection are also top priorities.
Many states and federal organizations have strict codes and health laws that need to be considered during a restoration project in the healthcare or medical industry. Our experts know the right questions to ask and can anticipate potential delays before they affect the project.
Our teams are certified and licensed to handle issues such as mold and other contaminants. We also have close working relationships with specialists who may be needed for specifically compound situations.
Interstate has a long track record of safety and injury avoidance in even the most extreme working conditions. Our disaster recovery teams have helped some of the nation’s most prestigious hospitals with extensive restorations You can trust that our strategies and processes enable us to quickly and safely return your facilities to pre-loss condition while minimizing disruption to staff and patients. Moreover, we go out of our way to make sure you are up to date regarding project progress and any setbacks which may occur, providing daily reports and a commitment to open and clear communication.
Make sure your facilities are prepared for a quick recovery if disaster strikes. Contact Interstate now.
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Seniors Return Home to State-of-the-art Quality Care
A Skilled Senior Living, facility in Kansas sustained severe damage from a fire, causing damage to over 15,000 square feet in the building.
Emergency Response Restoration and Reconstruction
A leading provider of skilled nursing care experienced severe damage from a fire in their Spring Hill, Kansas living facility—resulting in $2.3 million worth of damage. Water and soot covered more than 15,000 square feet of the building including medical equipment to care for 80 senior residents.
Emergency services were essential to extract water, clean soot and mitigate the damage so reconstruction could begin
Interstate worked with local and state jurisdictions to comply with code and health laws
Interstate worked overtime to expedite the project so residents could return home to a near new building with modern systems, interior finishes and a state of the art therapy room.