The government of Ireland has reached agreement with the country's private-sector hospitals to effectively turn over the private sector resources (hospitals, equipment, staff, et al) to the government so the country's response to countering the spread of the virus is as coordinated and effective as possible.
While I don't think this model of public-private partnership would work well in the U.S., it's certainly instructive to see the way the model is implemented elsewhere. Best wishes.
“We’re in the middle of a national public health emergency, and we need to do all we can to increase the capacity of our hospitals so we can provide critical care to those who need it. It’s all hands on deck in this national effort, and I am very pleased that the private hospitals have agreed to come on board and make their facilities available. The public and private sectors are tooling up and working together for the common good."