Managing the full scope of major equipment projects is an art form, and Keckler Medical does it better than anyone. Stacey Seward, our Project Manager, has the experience and skill set to make your project a success: start to finish. We are your one source for equipping and installing these critical areas:
General Operating Room:
Your OR is more than tables, lights, and booms. We ensure your OR flows and functions efficiently so you can provide the best Operating Room environment available for your patients and staff.
Labor and Delivery:
Keckler has led the way in caring for life’s newest arrivals for more than four decades. We understand your birthing equipment needs so you can meet the needs of the smallest.
Hybrid Operating Room:
It’s not just about doing more with less. It’s about being able to do more - and do it more efficiently. Keckler is the vanguard of Hybrid OR technology.
CardioVascular Operating Room:
Keckler Medical continues to be in the forefront of CVOR integration, insuring your patients receive the best in heart care.
Intensive Care Unit (ICU):
Stabilizing and healing patients after trauma and surgery is the priority of the ICU. Our ICU project plans give your staff the equipment and tools they need to facilitate the road to full and rapid patient recovery.
Emergency Room / Trauma:
The Emergency Department is about more than life and death. Its about having the right equipment and the right information at the right time and in the right place. Keckler has more experience in outfitting ER/Trauma departments than any of our competitors.
Allow Keckler Medical to be your one resource for outfitting your facility with stainless steel cabinets, counters, carts and sinks.
Sterile Processing Department:
Our state-of-the-art equipment for the SPD keeps your OR department running safely and at full capacity. We can recommend the perfect sterilizer and washer/decontaminator for your application.
Hospital Acquired Infection (HAI) has become one of the chief concerns of any medical facility. We provide solutions to keep patients infection free.