If 2020, and part of 2021, is marked by anything, it is the global covid-19 pandemic. To a greater or lesser extent, virtually every country in the world has been affected. Faced with the collapse of the health system, many cities around the world have opted for field hospitals. These stand out for providing a rapid response in an emergency situation.

In Spain, many cities have set up field hospitals. In the United States, eight field hospitals were set up in Central Park and Berlin, Germany, set up a fairground in Berlin Messe.

Such deployments are quick and functional. They have a functional design, are quick to deploy and easy to maintain. All these modules are delivered turnkey and fully technologically equipped. All this makes the deployment of the tents really efficient. In addition, they can also be delivered in containers, trucks, aerial platforms, mobile units or different systems...

All field hospitals can be designed from scratch. In addition, all steps during the production of the tents can be controlled. Quality and experience are crucial for the success of these hospitals.

What exactly is a field hospital?

Field hospitals provide really effective support in the event of a medical emergency or crisis. States usually contact field hospital companies when there is a natural disaster or in the midst of a military conflict. They are likely to help bring health and social services to areas where there are usually no medical specialists on the ground.

Such mobile structures are also specifically designed to be able to provide a rapid and temporary response. This is why, during the current health crisis, many countries have resorted to field hospitals to deal with the global pandemic.

Moreover, this type of infrastructure provides a tailor-made solution. In other words, they can be made of different materials, depending on the needs of the terrain in question. They therefore become effective and appropriate solutions for healthcare.