When disaster strikes and the unpredictable occurs, it's important that healthcare providers have a contingency plan in place.
In the event of an emergency, one of our mobile medical units could be deployed and installed within as little as 6-8 weeks, providing minimal disruption to the delivery of patient care and restoration of services.
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Mobile Medical Units
Our diverse range of mobile medical units are proven to support NHS Trusts and Healthcare providers during disaster recovery responses. 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 case of disaster recovery is different. This is why our approach is tailored to meet each healthcare providers and its patients' specific requirements.
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“When faced with a need for vital refurbishment works, the obvious side effect is major disruption to services. In the case of our decontamination department, we were faced with having to reduce patient lists, which would significantly increase waiting times. Instead, EMS Healthcare provided us with a solution that could be deployed quickly and safely on site, enabling the smooth transition of services for the trust. In the short time the unit has been on site it has already had a hugely positive impact on patient satisfaction. The trust is operating in line with our 2-week waiting time target, and we’ve been able to open a fourth endoscopy procedure room within the hospital as a direct result of increased efficiencies.”
Commendation for Innovation at Healthcare AwardsEMS Healthcare News
In the awards edition of BBH magazine they said: “Well worthy of a commendation according to the judges. EMS Healthcare’s Quest+ Decontamination unit was the UK’s first mobile endoscope decontamination facility. And, in just 16 months, a fleet of units have helped NHS trusts to safeguard over £5m – revenue that would have been lost due to departmental downtime.Read the full article
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