CEG’s expert advice on critical power for smaller medical environments was recently featured in Healthcare Facilities Today
Hospital networks have UPS systems and redundancies in place for their facilities and sensitive equipment. In our experience that’s not always the case for some smaller clinics, labs, nursing homes or hospice centers.
With equipment manufacturing and shipping delays due to COVID-19, it is vital for these smaller facilities to make critical power maintenance and backup plans a priority. Martha Worthy discusses the financial impact of critical power downtime and offers up a four-step backup plan for healthcare facilities to follow. Read the full article here.