Our Offerings
CareCyte produces facilities for healthcare services far more rapidly and economically than has been possible in the past. Our facilities are suitable for a wide range of services including surgery and laboratories, short-stay hospitals and clinics, and medical office buildings.

We offer feasibility, strategy, design, development, and construction services as an integrated package, or to fit your needs. Where we can help:
  • You've got an older facility. Do you remodel? Expand? Replace?
  • Your developmental program is underway. Can it be improved? Is it going over budget or schedule? Is it about to be in trouble?
  • You have an unmet demand for service. Should you build a new facility?
  • You are a senior practitioner. Should you start a new practice?

To see more about how we reduce costs and time, while improving the quality of healthcare, look here:
The Big Picture: Improved Healthcare
CareCyte facilities include features not available in even in the most expensive hospitals.
  • Combat nosocomial infections with near-laminar airflows throughout the facility.
  • Service the facility without interrupting patient care.
  • Reconfigure function and space "overnight".
What is different about the CareCyte Solution?
  • High quality, high-tech, state-of-the art, networked healthcare facilities, rapidly assembled from high quality factory-built components (not modular frame construction).
  • Radically better economics. With our help, you eliminate:
    - Over 1/3rd of design and construction costs.
    - Months or years from your development timetable.
    - Up to 40% of ongoing operating costs.
The Right Choice in a Shifting Landscape
  • A standard hospital today may take 5 years or more in development before a single patient is treated. Instead of years of planning, design, and construction, and the risks of rising prices and cost overruns, a CareCyte facility can be operational less than a year after permitting.
  • With the costs of the facility substantially reduced, and tremendous flexibility in the facility, hospital administrators, designers, and care planners can move confidently to define services and space configurations without fear that unanticipated changes will bring horrendous unexpected costs.