Additional Clinical Capacity
Included in the NHS Long Term Plan, and within Sir Mike Richard's report into screening appointments, the recommendation to take care in to the community and deploy more mobile medical screening units to increase capacity and uptake, is clear.
The Leeds Lung Health Check deploys a mobile MRI scanner in supermarket car parks and provides help and guidance on areas including stopping smoking. It has screened over 3,000 people in Leeds for the early signs of lung cancer since the launch in 2018.
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Mobile Medical Units
Our diverse range of mobile medical units are proven to help increase clinical capacity, while offering the flexibility to deliver a wide range of healthcare procedures. Alternatively, you can view all our mobile medical units here.
Trilogy+ is a state-of-the-art temporary mobile endoscopy facility, providing class leading layout, facilities and equipment. Designed and built to the latest JAG guidelines, it allows Endoscopists to perform a range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, with the capacity to deliver +24 JAG points per day.…Find out more
We understand that every NHS capacity challenge is different, which is why our approach is tailored to meet each healthcare provider and its patients' specific requirements.
Do you have a backlog of patients or waiting time targets to reach?
What rooms/clinical areas does the mobile medical unit need to provide?
Is this an immediate requirement or are you proactively planning ahead?
Will the temporary mobile medical unit be located at a hospital site or community location?
How long do you foresee requiring a temporary mobile medical unit for?
"It's incredible to see the difference the Leeds Lung Health Check is already making to the lives of people living in Leeds. Hearing the stories of patients that have needed minimal treatment to eliminate their cancer really brings home the power of early diagnosis as we work to help more people in Yorkshire survive cancer."
Leeds lung cancer health check trial sees 3,000 testedBBC Leeds
Since the Leeds Lung Health Check was launched in partnership with Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and University of Leeds in 2018, it has screened over 3,000 people for early signs of lung cancer and helped more than 40 people who were unaware they were in the early stages. EMS Healthcare are proud to supply the mobile unit for the programme, which is the largest lung screening trial in the UK.Read the full article
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