Temporary Hospital Accommodation
EMS Healthcare is the UK’s biggest specialists in mobile medical units and temporary hospital accommodation, having managed projects for a wide range of UK health organisations including NHS Wales, Care UK & Tenovus. Our Temporary Hospital Accommodation solutions provide that extra resource for hospitals & care facilities to ensure the best of care for all patients.
Temporary Hospital Accommodation and additional wards have become a primary concern for many hospitals and local health authorities and with EMS Healthcare’s bespoke solutions many patients have been able to receive the treatment they need in the ideal, hygienic hospital environment.
Our vehicle based solutions come in a variety of sizes and applications from dual purpose clinics to renal dialysis treatment facilities, all solutions are designed and fitted according to the client’s needs. EMS Healthcare has the broadest range of temporary hospital accommodation options available and organising your own project couldn’t be easier.
We have a dedicated team with experience in the medical & healthcare sector that can draw upon this experience and our resources to devise the perfect solution to your own needs when it comes to temporary hospital accommodation. The number of beds, reception, nurse’s stations & consultation rooms are all options we take into consideration when planning your project.
Getting in touch with one of our advisors today can help set you on the road to providing essential resources and additional capacity to enable treatment for a large number of patients. Get in touch either via the phone or our contact form and we can find the right solution for you.
Every Healthcare challenge is different. In order to recommend the right mobile healthcare facility for you, we take you through a 5-step planning process:
Will the trailer be at one location or touring?
What type of service will you be providing?
How much space will your clinicians and patients need?
How long will you need the trailer for?
Will it be on hospital sites or out in the community?