Pandemic Surge Solutions
DHS Systems LLC offers a full line of pandemic response products through its Reeves EMS brand.
Construcuted from military-grade DRASH Shelters, Reeves Shelter Systems offer total shelter solutions during any public health emergency. Each system - from medical surge facilities to isolation systems - is available in various sizes depending on the scope of the outbreak.
Stretchers, emergency bedding and fatality management products specifically geared for pandemic response are also available.
Swine Flu Hot Spots: Southern U.S. First to Battle Deadly Flu (Online)
ABC News, 9/24/09
As the nation braces for flu season and a potential outbreak of swine flu, the South already appears to be dealing with a wave of H1N1 cases, setting up tents to deal with hundreds of possibly infected children each day.
Hospitals Prepare for H1N1 (Online)
With flu season about to begin, hospitals are taking necessary steps to insure everyone can be evaluated.
Swamped with flu patients, Dell Children's Medical Center sets up triage tents (Online)
Austin American-Statesman, 9/22/09
Dell Children's Medical Center is seeing so many children sick with what is presumed to be swine flu, it expects to start treating some of them in tents starting today.
DHS Systems to Display Pandemic Products at the World Response Conference on Global Outbreak 2009
LAS VEGAS, NV – Soft-walled shelter system and emergency medical products and services provider DHS Systems LLC will be displaying several of its pandemic response products at the World Response Conference on Global Outbreak 2009 at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 12-13, 2009.
DRASH Shelters Used as Drive-Thru H1N1 Vaccination Clinic
ANDERSON, IN - On November 4th, the Madison County Health Department in Indiana set up two DRASH Shelters as part of a drive-thru H1N1 vaccination clinic.
DRASH Shelters Facilitate Pandemic Response
AUSTIN, TX - On September 21, 2009, staff at the Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas set up two DRASH 5XB Shelters outside of the hospital’s emergency room to serve as triage and treatment centers during this year’s flu season.