Haldeman-Homme, Inc. offers a wide range of Medical Products including installation, repair, and design services.
Haldeman-Homme, Inc. offers a wide range of Medical Products. We can help you design rooms and labs that follow all guidelines and give you spaces that are both functional and comfortable. Check out some of our products below.
From equipment to flooring, HHI has what you need to outfit your entire lab. We have casework, fume hoods, countertops, seating, and more. We have the technology to keep you up to date and up to code, keeping in line with industry standards. Our laboratory specialists can help you find the right solution for your space.
HHI offers DIRTT, the leading technology-driven manufacturer of highly customized interiors. With DIRTT walls, you can create an eco-friendly space that can be continuously updated to keep up with the ever-changing world of medical technology. With DIRTT, you eliminate the mess of drywall, meaning your medical facility can stay up and running during construction, saving you billable hours and allowing you to serve as many patients as possible. DIRTT technology allows you to work with our specialists to design your facility in virtual reality, so you know exactly what you’re getting ahead of time. Contact us to find out more.
Need a way to store your patient records more efficiently? Haldeman Homme has the solutions. We offer industrial shelving, automated storage and retrieval, modular cabinets & shelving storagesystems, and more. We work with leading industry vendors to provide you with the right storage options for your space. We have document management solutions for your filing systems and document scanning.
Haldeman Homme can help you every step of the way in finding the right medical product solutions. We have design specialists on hand to create the blueprint for your space. We have project managers that will oversee installation and make sure your final product is to your specifications. We are always just a phone call away for all maintenance needs. Contact ustoday to learn more