Mobile health unitsMobile units
Our mobile health units are capable of meeting the needs of any healthcare project, allowing you to tailor actions to different population groups regardless of where they are in the world.
Designed for providing rapid and effective socio-healthcare services. Our mobile units are custom-designed to meet your requirements and will provide you with a temporary addition to any preventive or information campaign, such as a medical speciality clinic or even an ambulance to support your healthcare centres.
All mobile healthcare units should be able to reach their destination wherever that may be. So we can develop medical units on any kind of transport platform capable of containing anything from general medicine clinics to advanced diagnosis units.
These mobile units can be used as temporary support for existing hospitals by providing the specialised assistance they might require at any given time.
This would enable the following:
- Reduction of specific pathologies with specialised units.
- Preventive medicine campaigns.
- Vaccination campaigns.
- Healthcare training courses.
- Epidemic control and sample collection.
Mobile units can bring medicine to the population efficiently and effectively.
MEDICAL TRUCKS SPECIALITIES
A medical truck can be ready to operate following only a few minutes after arrival. They are therefore a highly effective solution for healthcare planning and providing the population with access to medicine. The available medical trucks specialities are:
- Minor surgery
- Food inspection
MOBILE E-HEALTH UNITS
These units can be fitted with generators and Internet access to work independently or in coordination with their reference centre, bringing healthcare to the population or expanding healthcare services through e-health systems that encompass various healthcare products and services, such as telemedicine, to “radically transform modern healthcare”.
- Electronic Medical History
PREVENTION AND AWARENESS HEALTH CAMPAIGNS
These mobile health units can be used as temporary support for existing hospitals by providing the specialised assistance they might require at any given time. This would enable the following:
- Reduction of specific pathologies with specialised units
- Preventive medicine campaigns
- Vaccination campaigns
- Healthcare training courses/li>
- Epidemic control and sample collection
- Mobile units can bring medicine to the population efficiently and effectively.