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Increasing capacity for respiratory appointments

Supporting respiratory services in coastal and rural locations

Respiratory Innovation Wales, with the collaborative support of Hywel Dda University Health Board Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board and Life Sciences Hub Wales, took respiratory diagnostics services closer to homes.​

From a leisure centre in Bridgend, to a supermarket carpark in Pembroke Dock, the mobile respiratory unit is helping cut waiting times and improve access to treatment for respiratory services that were impacted by COVID-19.

  • Increasing care capacity in underserved areas​
  • Health education​
  • Screening services supporting early diagnosis of respiratory conditions
Mobile community clinic

Client testimonial

We are seeing 3 to 4 times more patients than a Health Board would in a hospital setting, because of the community location.

Dr Phillip Webb

Chief Executive at Respiratory Innovation Wales

Mobile clinics

Supporting underserved and hard-to-reach communities

One third of the population in Cheshire and Merseyside live in the most deprived 20% of neighbourhoods in England. Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CWP) are helping to address health inequalities in the region by:

  • improving access to care through the Living Well Buses
  • target identified high deprivation areas, underserved and hard-to-reach communities across the region
  • provide on-the-spot vaccinations, physical health checks, wellbeing, and mental health support

We're proud to provide the Trust with 3 self-drive units, enabling NHS staff to drive to locations and provide clinical services.

Mobile community clinic

The Living Well Bus

Supporting communities to live well

Within the first 8 months, the Living Well Buses delivered




physical health checks


clinics for the most vulnerable communities

Client testimonial

Ultimately it's a mobile clinic space that provides all the benefits you would get if you went to your local GP, and people can have a safe and effective clinical experience.

Louis McDermott

Operational Lead for Vaccination and Living Well Service at Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Innovations to support communities


This relocatable healthcare unit is ideal for the changing demands of modern clinical provision. Increase clinical capacity and deliver improved efficiencies by providing care on hospital estates or out in the community.

Community vehicle

Reach people in the heart of communities for care closer to home. This HTM compliant clinical environment can be quickly and easily set-up, allowing for multiple moves per day to respond to clinical needs.