Out of hospital care
Following the release of the NHS England ‘Five Year Forward View’, out of hospital and community-based care has been repeatedly highlighted as the main avenues our NHS should be taking to help improve the system. Mobile medical units have been proven to significantly help healthcare providers to continually achieve this goal.
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Mobile Medical Units
Our diverse range of mobile medical units are proven to help effectively deliver out of hospital and community-based care. Alternatively, you can view all our mobile medical units here.
Designed to offer improved efficiencies and ensure an enhanced patient experience with the flexibility to deliver vital and time-critical treatments on hospital estates or in the community. The facility providing a convenient choice of location for patients and a capacity boost for the hospital to meet rising demands and tackle waiting list pressures.…Find out more
We understand that out of every out of hospital care model is different, this is why our approach is tailored to meet each healthcare provider and its patients' specific requirements.
Are you providing care from a central location or specifically closer to patients' homes?
What rooms/clinical areas does the mobile medical unit need to provide?
Do you have an immediate requirement or are you proactively planning ahead?
Will the mobile medical unit travel between locations or remain static?
How long do you foresee requiring a temporary mobile medical unit for?
“The ophthalmology team at Frimley Park Hospital have always been trailblazers in providing innovative care for patients with eye disease. The opening of the mobile unit marks another step in our exciting journey to providing exceptional care. I am very proud to be part of the team that has helped make our dream service come true.”
EMS Healthcare secures major national award with Frimley Park HospitalEMS Healthcare News
For Frimley Park Hospital, the mobile macular unit has made a significant difference – alleviating capacity pressures by providing 250 additional patient slots per week, and reducing waiting times from 1 hour, 30 minutes inside the hospital to just 32 minutes in the mobile unit. It has been described as a “dream service” by one of the hospital’s Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeons.Read the full article
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