Cabin curtain systems installed by PRVC Systems throughout the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI
PRVC Systems today announced the successful installation of its Cubicle Curtain System at the VAMC Medical Center in Milwaukee
PRVC Systems today announced the successful installation of its Cubicle Curtain System at VAMC Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The PRVC trolley, swing arm and gate systems, which are part of the company’s cubicle curtain systems, were installed to solve privacy issues experienced at this facility and are used by hospitals across the country when a patient lift is in conflict with the traditional privacy stands and shower curtains. PRVC systems was quoted as saying that patient privacy is fundamental to healthcare facilities. To meet the increased demand for privacy in single and shared rooms and common areas, installing the PRVC door system is just one of several options that facilities can use. PRVC Systems understands the value of high quality Curtain systems for cabins and wants to live up to its role as a manufacturer and supplier of healthcare hardware.
Healthcare providers, hospital staff, and Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) patients often pointed out privacy issues caused by problematic privacy curtains in cabins. The problems were widespread throughout the hospital, particularly in rooms that required the installation of patient lift systems with partition curtains.
One of PRVC System’s cabin curtain systems, the gate system, addresses the problem associated with linear patient lift systems by allowing the patient lift to move freely around the room when needed. The gate system works well in hospital rooms with two or three beds. Additionally, it is a perfect arrangement for multi-bay situations and therapy settings.
PRVC Systems has developed patent technology that provides alternatives to ceiling mounted repairs for cabin curtain and patient lift problems. The company has developed a wide range of options to meet the growing demand for patient privacy in single patient rooms, shared rooms, common areas and bathrooms. The creative fixes replace the outdated rooms’ ceiling-mounted curtain track system, causing conflicts between the elevator and car curtains.
The company used standard size booth curtains for its booth curtain systems in complementary colors and patterns to create a comfortable ambiance. This stylistic consistency, together with a regular track system, ensures that each curtain is the same length and that all pieces fit together. The annual cost of buying different curtain sizes decreases thanks to the feature. VAMC has reported an improvement in patient experience and comfort since installation Curtain rails made from PRVC in the cabins.
To learn more about PRVC Systems, visit the company’s official website at https://www.hospitalcubiclecurtains.com/
“PRVC Systems brand new cubicle and shower curtain system installed at VAMC makes curtain replacement easy and fast. These curtains are quieter than the usual rubber grommet curtains on the market and will not bind to the track over time.” said a PRVC Systems representative
She added, “We offer solutions to allow patient lifts to pass through the shower rail, providing patient privacy while bathing, and our custom shower rails are great for traditional shower needs. The curtains also keep the water where it belongs – in the shower. We strive to provide the best customer experience and providing the best possible quality products and service is our goal,” said the PRVC Systems support team.
About PRVC Systems™
PRVC Systems™ is an American brand best known for their brand new PRVC systems for cabin and shower curtains. The company’s new systems are designed to make switching easier and faster. The curtains are designed not to bind to the track, ensuring they are quieter compared to traditional grommet curtains on the market.
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