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hospital cubicle curtain track systems

Cubicle Curtain Track Systems

Cubicle Curtain Systems

Fixed Cubicle Curtain

Door Surround Systems

The Door Surround Systems are a unique, high quality and cost effective alternative to traditional raised panel tracks. The Door Surround reduces installation costs while improving flexibility and durability. This product offers privacy similar to conventional ceiling mounted tracks, with additional benefits such as allowing the tracks to be installed without concern for ceiling lights, fire sprinklers and A/C vents.

Door Surround

Patient Bed Systems

The Patient Bed System can be placed around a bed or beds using a U-shaped or L-shaped design.These curtains serve as a barrier between patients, providing them with privacy, dignity, and security while they are undergoing medical procedures. They are also used to divide hospital rooms into separate sections, creating a more efficient and organized environment. Because the tracks are not ceiling mounted, the tracks and curtains can be placed to offer greatest privacy and function.

Patient Bed
Common Area Systems

PRVC track system can be used in areas such as Phlebotomy, Pre-Op, Post-Op, Emergency. The PRVC Common Area Systems are hospital curtains that can be used in common areas of the hospital to separate patients and give them privacy. The track allows for quick setup, removal, and reconfiguration of the curtains as needed. The durable fabric is a good match for any hospital environment where cleaning may be needed frequently

hospital curtain track systems
Common Area

Patient-Lift Cubicle Curtain Conflict Systems

Curtain Conflict
Trolley System

The Trolley System allows patient lift systems to enter the patient area unencumbered by privacy tracks. This system is used primarily when XYZ lift systems are used in a facility. The Trolley System moves from its position clearing the way for the lift to enter the area. This system gives 100% privacy for the patient and allows the lift to travel freely to any area of the room.


Gate System

The Gate system allows a lift to travel from outside the bed area to inside the area covered by privacy tracks and curtains. This is accomplished by using a hinged gate on the privacy track that opens, allowing the lift to move in and out of the bed area freely. Both the patient being moved and any other patients in the room maintain complete privacy.

In addition to their privacy and protection benefits, the gate systems hospital curtains can also be used to control the spread of infectious diseases and to separate different areas within a healthcare facility, such as examination rooms and recovery rooms. The curtains can be easily cleaned and disinfected, making them an ideal solution for environments that require strict hygiene controls.

Swing Arm Curtain System

PRVC Swing Arm curtain system is the next generation in patient room privacy technology. The PRVC system solves the issues around doors, multi bed patient rooms and common areas when patient lifts are being utilized.


The PRVC Swing Arms replaces the old inefficient ceiling mounted cubicle track system. The swing arm structure fits existing installations of steel or wooden tracks with no need for additional wall space and can be adjusted to meet any door opening requirement even if it changes over time.

Swing Arm

PRVC Systems is a trusted manufacturer and distributor of hospital curtains throughout the United States.


Cubicle curtains that are manufactured in the United States. Patented wall mounted hospital curtain track systems that make it safe and easy for both maintenance staff and clinicians to use.

We are innovative in our approach to hospital privacy curtain design and manufacture producing medical curtains for all clinical applications. Antimicrobial medical curtains and cubicle curtain track that are compatible with all patient lift systems ensuring patient privacy at all times.


Overall, our medical cubicle curtain systems are an efficient, cost-effective, and practical solution for healthcare facilities looking to create private and functional spaces for their patients.

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