Healthcare is a competitive field and emergency rooms are popping up in suburbs across the United States. Each year, ERs treat 117 million patients and these neighborhood emergency departments help eliminate overcrowding and long waits. They can treat everything from broken arms to more complex medical cases. To stay competitive, they are completely designed with the patient in mind.
Many of these ERs have private rooms for the patients but when it comes to other locations, such as registration areas and medical examining rooms, you will notice that privacy takes precedence. These spaces often have curtain tracks to allow the patient complete privacy in the event the door to the room is opened. In many cases, the 88001 Privacy Cubicle Track is used. This aluminum track has a silver satin finish and is available in 6 foot, 8 foot, 12 foot and 16 foot sections but can be spliced together for longer applications.
Hospitals and Emergency Rooms not only choose durable curtain tracks, they also choose quality privacy curtains. Curtain-Tracks' cubicle curtains are constructed with a triple thick 1 ½ incher header sewn with a double needle Safe-T-Lock stitch, making them practically tear proof. This also eliminates unraveling and raw edges, providing enduring strength. Curtains are typically sewn with rust proof nickel plated brass grommets on 6 inch centers across the header, although customer specifications can be accommodated. These curtains pass NFPA 701 testing, the most stringent national standard and feature ½ inch flame retardant mesh which meets NFPA requirements.
IF YOU EVER HAVE TO VISIT
We hope you never have to visit an emergency room, but if you do, we hope you visit an ER that offers high quality privacy cubicle tracks and privacy curtains.