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Your facility powers equipment that sustains lives.

Install a standby power generation system that delivers backup power you can count on. Cat® generators are ensuring critical life support power to some of the world’s largest facilities, supported by Cat automatic transfer switches (ATS) and switchgear.

We’ve engineered our generators for hospitals and the healthcare Industry to operate at peak efficiency and to meet United States EPA emission standards.

It is essential for your hospital to have a backup generator you can trust when the power goes out. With our knowledge and experience we will configure a power system to match the ongoing demands of your healthcare facility and provide additional temporary power in emergencies.


Healthcare Videos

Cat® 3516 Diesel Generator Sets Provide Backup Power Supply for Edward Hospital 

For any business, it’s extremely important to have reliable backup power. For a hospital, it’s an absolute necessity. Patients who are on life support can’t afford a power outage. That’s why Edward Hospital counts on two Cat® 3516 diesel generator sets.

Mercy Health Finds Value in Onboard Paralleling On Their Campus

Less than two years ago, Mercy Health Muskegon installed a backup power system on its hospital campus in West Michigan that includes the use of onboard controls to parallel four 1 MW gensets.

Backup Power Partner for Tift Regional Medical Center in Tifton, Georgia

Tift Regional Medical Center in Tifton, Georgia, needed a partner in power for their critical care units. They were at capacity, needed 100% redundancy, and were using a different brand of generator sets. Enter Caterpillar, mid project.

"Dependable power is a matter of life and death. I’m Bruce Enders. I run Cat Diesel Generator Sets."
Bruce Enders
Central Plant Engineer, Edward Hospital, Illinois

Emergency & Standby Power in Hospitals

Consulting engineers who specify emergency power equipment understand that installations for hospitals are required to comply with NFPA 110 in conjunction with NFPA 70. System designers must interpret the requirements of these standards, ensure their designs follow them, and educate their clients about how the standard affects their operations.