Proficiency in disaster response for medical facility that is well documented.

Johnson Portables has been the go to solution when disaster hit healthcare. Quick to assemble, these panelized portable buildings can be erected and fully functioning within days, offering shelter, electrical service, heating/cooling, and bathroom facilities.

Winston Medical Center Damage

Damaged Winston Medical Center

On April 28, 2014, Winston Medical Center in Louisville, MS took a direct hit from an EF4 tornado that demolished over 300 homes in Winston County and took the lives of 10 of its residents.

Tornado Damage at St. John's Hospital

Damage to St. John’s Hospital after May 2011 tornado.

On May 22, 2011 an EF-5 tornado, seven miles long and 1/2 a mile wide, ripped through Joplin, MO, taking 161 lives and decimating St. John’s Regional Medical Center.

Johnson Portables provided temporary medical facilities while the new hospital was reconstructed.

Aerial View of 2013 Moore tornado damage

Aerial View of Moore, OK tornado damage, 2013.

On May 20, 2013, an EF5 tornado struck Moore, Oklahoma, killing 24 people, injuring 212 others, and destroying Moore Medical Center. Johnson Portables constructed a temporary Emergency Department, which had been in use until the new hospital opened 2016.

Hurricane Ike Damage

Damage from Hurricane Ike, September 2008

On September 13, 2008 Hurricane Ike made landfall, flooding much of the first floor of the University of Texas Medical Branch campus (UTMB). The entire infrastructure was damaged by the storm surge, causing an estimated $700 million in damages.

Johnson Portables provided UTMB with facilities needed to restore three critical and diverse services: the hospital pharmacy, the chemo compounding pharmacy, and the sterile processing department.