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crews available to respond immediately when the census dropped and thus causing less disruption to our service. This was a huge benefit to us. Mike is also thoroughly familiar with the needs of our hospital and other health care facilities. He and the project manager, Mike Haile, did an excellent job.”
Randy Dodd, Vice President–Support Services, Central Valley General Hospital and Hanford Community Medical Center
Children's Hospital, Madera
St. Agnes Medical Center, Fresno
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Healthcare Flooring | Fresno, CA 93720 | (559) 582-2610
Robinson's Interiors is exceptionally well qualified to install commercial floors for hospitals and healthcare facilities. The healthcare facilities below, which are located in Fresno, Bakersfield, Porterville, Madera, and Hanford, demonstrate our healthcare flooring capabilities.
We understand that a hospital, surgery center, or clinic can’t just shut down every time renovations or repairs are needed. We work closely with healthcare facilities to ensure that work is done with minimal disruption to patients and staff.
We are proud to serve hospitals throughout the Central Valley.
Robinson's executed this healthcare flooring project perfectly — note in the middle picture that the floor design transitions seamlessly to the counter design.
During this installation, we had to remove and dispose old flooring and install new flooring all in one shift. Installers wore booties and we put up plastic sheets to ensure no contamination occurred.
Robinson's covered six floors of the new tower at San Joaquin Community Hospital. The project also included existing renovations at the hospital.
"When the aging carpet at Hanford Community Medical Center needed to be replaced, we chose Robinson's to assist in the planning and implementation of a very tough job. We chose to replace the carpet with a vinyl product recommended by Mike Robinson. The old carpet had to be removed and the new floors set, and all had to be done while the patients were still being cared for. It was quite a challenge. Mike set up his crews to work during the non-busiest hours, usually in the middle of the night; but, he went even further. He made his crews available to work at a moment's notice. A hospital never knows what the occupancy will be from one day to the next and Mike made his