Yurts are Desert Sand color, made from durable flame retardant vinyl.
Floors, Lighting, 110v outlets included
Capable of withstanding temperatures of -20F to 135F
6 ton HVAC for each unit
Insulated roof and walls
Measures 19 x 35 feet
8-10 patient beds with linens per 19x35' unit, IV Poles, Exam Lighting
Six-foot vertical sidewalls, divider walls for privacy
Self-supporting internal frame (No center pole needed)
Single or Double doors, may be oriented on either side
Eight 36″ x 36″ clear view windows, fully screened with privacy flaps.
Vent cap system.
Wind capacity of up to 50+ MPH sustained wind loads and/or 70 mph gusts, and heavy rain loads
Hand washing sink with potable water supply and gray water disposal.
P.O. Box 1380 Graeagle CA 96103
Western Shelter 1935
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Frontline Medical is fully supportive of the Incident Command System.
On all assignments, we will create a current ICS 206 Medical Plan, as well as an ICS 215 Safety Analysis.
We can also provide overall camp management and oversight.
Incident Medical Management - Emergency Medical Services
"Frontline Medical is the best medical support provider I have ever worked with"
This Western Shelter 1935 tent has 570 square feet of usable floor space. In an all-hazard response situation the GateKeeper I-1935 (GK-1935) can assist first responders as a shelter solution in emergency healthcare, law enforcement, disaster medicine, urban search & rescue, disaster mortuary, disaster veterinary, and more. With a large number of shelters available, Frontline Medical can adjust the size of the facility to meet the needs of the incident.
The GK-1935 meets the needs as a facility to offer initial control/entry and protection of a hospital, initial triage, patient registration, administration, outpatient support, record keeping, command center, staff quarters, common area, sleeping, etc.
Estimated set-up time: 60 Minutes to 2 hour each (more time may be required depending on ground preparation). Units can be connected together to increase square footage.
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