Yes. EV charging stations just need to have an electrical infrastructure that can support the requirements of the charger. Hospitals generally have large electrical infrastructures, which will probably be capable of feeding multiple EV chargers.
Climate change represents a significant threat to humankind, not only due to potential natural disasters that can arise from it, but also due to its effects on human health. Greenhouse gas emissions potentially increase temperature-related deaths as well as respiratory illness due to low air quality.
As a matter of fact, research has found that nearly 30,000 emergency-room visits in California between 2005 and 2007 could have been avoided if federal clean-air standards had been met. Preventive healthcare is important to save lives and reduce medical costs and this is why healthcare centers need to know that installing a hospital charging station for electric vehicles is part of the solution.
Hundreds of people come in and out of hospitals every day including doctors, nurses, staff, and patients, many of which already have or will probably have electric vehicles in the foreseeable future. This is why hospitals are great places for the installation of EV charging stations since most of the people who attend the place are likely to spend a few hours or even the whole day at the place (in the case of the staff).
By installing an EV charging station for the hospital you will be sending a positive message to the community and to the patients to make them notice that the healthcare center is concerned about the environment and wants to do its part by promoting the development of electric vehicles which do not emit GHG as gas or diesel cars do.
By installing EV charging stations for hospitals, you are sending a message to your personnel and your patients that zero gas emission vehicles such as electric cars are supported by your organization. By promoting the use of these vehicles, air quality can be improved, allowing your staff and patients to enjoy a more comfortable and safe life.
Anxiety range is an ongoing issue among EV owners. The fear of having a dead battery is powered by the lack of sufficient public EV charging infrastructure. By installing a hospital charging station you can substantially reduce the anxiety range of your doctors, nurses, and remaining personnel as they will have a guaranteed charging source at their workplace.
Hospital charging stations can generate revenue by providing energy to incoming patients while at the same time providing a valuable charging source for them at the convenience of their healthcare center.