Full Custom Workflow Solutions

A BV3630 modified to accommodate an all-in-one monitor and CPU. A small drop-down desk was designed to reduce the footprint into the patient room.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

This cabinet has a Netlock hidden behind the right front panel. The inset circle is there as a guide for using the prox card.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

This is an original design with a tambour door and a pull-out computer arm inside that holds an all-in-one monitor and keyboard. The tambour door design works great when there is very limited floor space.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

This cabinet was specially designed by an architect with additional storage in the bottom of the cabinet.

Wood hallway computing unit, meets JCAHO, Joint Commission requirements

Here is another example of a cabinet designed with extra built-in storage in the top of the cabinet.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

This unit features a reinforced frame on the outer door for extra space inside to accommodate a deeper monitor/keyboard combination.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

An architect designed this custom Bayview cabinet to have extra storage in the top of the cabinet.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

A customer requested this open top cabinet that would close with the laptop attached to the door.

Thin,low profile, wood hallway workstation for hospitals

We designed this computer arm with an extra extension that could also support an oversized monitor.

Custom Metal Computer Workstations

This custom design allows for two medication boxes in the top of the cabinet, along with an ultra small form factor CPU positioned directly behind the monitor. The keyboard is attached to a sliding tray that also room to store a mouse holder. The height of the cabinet was 32".