Sacramento based start-up TAGCarts helping pop-up hospitals in the field | Everyday Heroes
Topic: Taggart Neal created a start-up that provides medical carts to pop-up field hospitals.
KXTV likes to highlight those in our community making a difference, and Taggart Neal was recently featured on the news as well as his start-up TAGCarts™ which helps medical and hospital workers lower their risk of cross-contamination that comes along with using a “community” medical cart.
TAGCarts™ are designed as an affordable and disposable cardboard-based medical cart that nurses and hospital workers can supply with gloves, masks and other personal protection equipment [PPE] crucial to limit the spread of the coronavirus as well as treat the many who have become infected.
HEROCarts™ are also disposable. When a field hospital closes, these carts can be recycled.
Taggart Neal and his exciting start-up have partnered with the Sacramento Kings Foundation — several HEROCarts have been donated to Cal OES so they can be set up at multiple coronavirus surge sites.
On July 10th FOX 40 in Sacramento featured our HEROCarts™
Here is a link to the full article on the Fox Website
HEROCarts™ was recently featured on FOX 40 as field hospitals begin to pop up during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pop-up PPE carts are all the rage right now in the medical community due to their ease-of-use, their disposability, and the fact that they allow medical professionals to store their own equipment in one central place to avoid cross-contamination.
These recyclable medical carts can be used at the patient bedside, coming stocked with gloves, masks, and more.
Veterans and people with disabilities have chipped in to make hundreds of these carts, some of which are headed for Sleep Train Arena, and others headed for the Navajo Nation in the Southwest.
During this COVID-19 pandemic, while many are feeling isolated, many individuals are rallying together to make a difference like HEROCarts™.
Featured on GoodDay In Sacramento on July 10th 2020
Here is a link to the article: https://gooddaysacramento.cbslocal.com/video/4622625-herocarts/
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HEROCarts is a local company is making a big difference in the one-time bedside carts industry for nurses; a front-line item in the battle against COVID-19.
Taggart Neal, CEO of TAGCarts, Inc. joined GDS’s Dina Kupfer to talk about HEROCarts, which are offshoots of TAGCarts being used to populate medical hotspots, helping nurses have access to PPE equipment. TAGCarts™ are useful due to their disposable-nature as well as their ease of use. All HEROCarts are being assembled at Pride Industries in Roseville.
HERO Carts are being used all over California and the Southwest and will be used throughout this global pandemic.
Here is a link to the full article on the KCRA website: