The needs of hospitals and medical facilities are being adequately addressed by the government and they are not the catalyst for unethical actions such as stockpiling. In New York City, they turned the Javits Convention Center and a Navy Hospital Ship, Comfort, into two temporary hospital sites. 
Efforts were made by governors all around the country to make sure hospitals had adequate medical masks and other supplies such as ventilators. Those who were sick were getting the medical attention they needed. Stockpiling is not a byproduct of any structural medical predicament; rather, it is a problem on its own. People are behaving irrationally and making decisions that are not warranted by facts or governmental or medical advice in any way. In order to solve the problem of stockpiling, better communication by the government along with other alternative solutions need to be established. There is no real connection between stockpiling and the state of medical facilities.