Our mobile health infrastructure means we have unparalleled experience in providing unique modular mobile health units wherever they are needed – whether they are required to maintain OT capacity, ED capability, renal dialysis services or even additional ward space.
The use of our modular mobile health units is a win-win for patients and healthcare service providers, specifically:
- a provider can be flexible with deployment time frames – from weeks to years
- a provider can retain the ability to conduct 24/7 emergency surgery
- a provider can ensure activity-based funding is not adversely impacted
- the community can hold a positive view of a healthcare service provider
- Your patient’s recovery times are better due to the proximity of family and friends.
Flexible and Smart Design
Our modular mobile health solutions can adapt to the specific needs of our clients. Flexible layout options mean that we can configure the unit for surgical use (OT), Emergency Department (ED), renal dialysis unit, ward, dentistry, health screening or even medical office space. Smart design means that more than one unit can be deployed and linked to another to increase capacity as required. Services can use our mobile modular facilities for the following surgical specialties, with necessary and specialised equipment being installed specifically for the intended surgical services:
- General Surgery
- Minor Orthopaedics
- Emergency Department
- Renal Dialysis
- Health Screening
Our fleet of units is made in Australia for Australia. Using quality materials and state-of-the-art equipment, our mobile facilities are ready to provide world-class healthcare and for the challenges of remote and rural locations.
We are passionate about ensuring that our mobile solutions work for you and your patients. That’s why we invest heavily in customer support. We’ll be on hand to oversee the delivery, provide familiarisation training, and we’ll be ready to get to you if needed for any maintenance.
Over the past year, our mobile facilities have successfully deployed to many regional hospitals for periods ranging from six weeks to six months.