Lift Stores-Supplies Beds, Medical Items-Food-Laundry Trolleys In Multi-Speciality Hospitals
Person goes to lift with used items. Scans i.d., puts in request for replacements. New items arrive. Person replaces new items with used items and walks-away. New stocks arrive either from floor level racks or from basement. Quick exchange, more storage in less floor space. Used items replenished with new ones during idle time.
8-storey hospital served by 25m high system can have up to 6 accesses. Each floor has 3 ready-to-use beds, 9-12 trollies. More storage in floors without accesses.
Lift to store-retrieve and exchange:-
Clean beds with used ones.
Trollies for patient rooms-consumables.
Trollies for food at regular intervals.
Trollies for medical equipments
Trollies for cleaning equipments-laundry.
Enthrall patients with hygienic, silent, peaceful service.
Allows faster admission. Improve bed utilization, profits.
Use lift shaft, space outside building walls to store items.
Centralized cleaning-storage saves space-people.
Faster exchange between wards and centralized tasks.
Timely deliveries with lesser movement of people.
Automate routine tasks. Use fewer people per ward.
Maintain cleanliness-safety-hygiene with few staff.
Increase availability of specialized staff and machines.
Run daily tasks across all wards with fewer people.
Allows ward staff to focus on more essential tasks.
Fewer staff with same skills-repetitive tasks across wards.
Maintain buffer stocks without using valuable floor space.
Cuts common inventories of items, tools across wards.
Improves profits-ROI by allowing housing more patients.
Nurses can focus on patient instead of inventory control.
Reduces service lifts. Frees up lifts for more patients.
Option of electrical powered in storage positions for EKG.
Option of humidity, temperature control for sensitive items