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Take a Video Tour of Your Hospital’s Basement

What’s it like in the basement of the Mills-Peninsula hospital? Take a video tour!

When you walk into the new Mills-Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame, the construction and engineering effort it takes to run such a modern and life-saving facility may not be apparent. You have to go down into the basement to see the type of machinery and engineering wonders that make it possible for the staff to take care of patients in comfort 24 hours a day, come what may.

In this video from Healthpoint TV, which was filmed during the building of the hospital that opened in May 2011, you’ll get a quick three-minute tour of the “guts” in the basement which houses electrical and heating systems, as well as 90,000 gallons of water (40,000 gallons of fire/sprinkler water and 50,000 of drinking water). Put on your virtual hard hat and join the tour!

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