"Our world is changing too fast for this solution to wait. Between natural disasters to manmade catastrophes, we had to respond to the influx of medical emergencies & patients."
Our team created a solution to a worldwide problem with backed science, world class engineers, & socially driven innovation.
We work to make our units globally accepted which means our tech, design, partners, & vision are driven by transparency & top notch standards.
Our goal is to make healthcare accessible when people need it most and to offer a flex space solution for a wide range of needs.
TransOp4 Technologies began as a journey to solve a major problem happening around the globe; a lack of access to health facilities in times of crisis. The existing solutions to natural & manmade disaster wasn't able to address cost limitations, shipping limitations, inaccessibility to supplies, & the lack of readily available "flex space" for existing facilities. So in 2019 Ric Pearson designed a solution, a customizable & pre-outfitted portable unit that could be deployed anywhere in under 15 minutes. By 2022 Ric brought in healthcare veteran & entrepreneur Jeff Blankinship, & commercial real-estate & technology tycoon Mark Hall to address how they could put this invention to use. Together they formed TransOp4 to address the ever-growing need to accessible & immediate "flex space" across the healthcare industry in its greatest time of need. TO4 partners with some of the world's leading healthcare providers to address natural disaster, health crisis, accessible healthcare, & humanitarian aid & relief across the globe.
"We wanted to create a solution that can save lives in times of crisis. Available solutions were simply too few, too small, too costly, & too far away to be effective."
TransOp 4 Technologies created a system which can convert any standard structure or area into “emergency flex space” within a matter of minutes through the use of a force multiplier. The multiplier will provide the immediate required functions while utilizing the existing space or structure for standard functions.
These facilities would routinely provide the required space and function for any emergency at a low cost, with a virtually effortless conversion time.