Hospital and medication storage requirements, whether in the NHS, private healthcare, primary care trusts, pharmacies, mental health or care homes, are vast and complex. Each environment requires medical storage cabinets, storage for medical records and equipment, uniform storage and much more. Each setting has its own unique challenges which means hospital and medical storage must be considered and tailored to achieve the best solution for the specific use.
At Link 51 we have over 60 years’ experience in the design, manufacture and installation of a wide range of hospital storage and medical storage facilities for all aspects of public and private healthcare settings, including:
- Staff lockers
- Garment management systems
- Personal item storage for both staff on wards, patients and visitors
- Cupboards for storage of hazardous substances,
- Medication cabinets
- Static Stockrax shelving
- Euroshelving for ward storage, uniform storage and laundry
- Stormor shelving for medical record storage
- Mobile shelving
- 2 Tier systems can be used to maximise the storage areas
To ensure value for money and quality of product the NHS can buy via one of two frameworks without the need for extra tendering procedures. This is because we hold the NHS Supply Chain framework agreement reference NF001207 and the CCS (Crown Commercial Service) framework agreement reference number RM1501/3. Both of these agreements have rigorously tested its suppliers in order to save the buyer time and money whilst ensuring that quality and product performance is guaranteed at all times.
For medical cabinets and hospital storage it’s vital to ensure excellent hygiene at all times. All of our steel products come with BioCote protection as standard which is proven to reduce levels of bacteria on treated surfaces by 99.9%, meaning our products help to enhance the effectiveness of your cleaning and hygiene processes.
To find out more about our medical storage and hospital storage systems or to book an appointment with your local hospital storage expert, please call 0800 169 5151.