Adapteo increasing capacity in corona-burdened healthcare

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The coronavirus pandemic is placing Nordic healthcare systems under a great deal of pressure. We are therefore proud that we have been able to support by quickly supplying a number of Danish hospitals with adaptable building solutions. 

 

The buildings are used for patient screening and administration, and as accommodation, complete with kitchenette and toilet facilities, for healthcare workers. 

 

“We are doing everything in our power to deal with the situation in the best possible way for our employees, customers and the community. We are a recognised partner in the development of social welfare, and we feel a great sense of responsibility to assist and contribute in this extraordinary situation during which many patients need additional medical care.” 

Philip Isell Lind af Hageby 

President and CEO of Adapteo Group 

 

Adapteo Denmark recently delivered adaptable building solutions to the regional hospitals in Randers, Køge, Roskilde and Aabenraa and was quick to response to the sudden needs. Randers Regional Hospital commissioned Adapteo to supply modular buildings at 2pm in the afternoon, and the buildings were delivered and installed by 8pm the same evening. 

 

 

“Being able to provide flexible building solutions where healthcare professionals can treat sick patients in a good working environment is important to us – both as a company and as individuals working in Adapteo. 

We keep our warehouse stocked with units at all times so that we are able to immediately deliver the buildings to those who need them.” 

Mads Blom 

Managing Director, Adapteo Denmark 

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