Mobile field hospitals
They are used in times of immediate need, in emergencies or while waiting for the final hospital to be ready.The configuration and layout are designed based on the scenario it will be used for and specific user requirements.
Ease of transport, set up and disassembly:
Shelters and containers, both standard-size, can be transported by land (by truck or rail), on aircraft C130 or by sea.
Despite the external weather and environmental conditions, the high performance of our air conditioners allow us to keep the internal temperature at comfortable levels, both in shelters and tents.
2010 Emergency Field Hospital in Chile (Talca) link to Italian civil protection
Field Hospital (FH) is a mobile, self-contained and self-sufficient health care facility capable of rapid deployment and expansion or contraction to meet immediate emergency requirements for a specified period of time. WHO-PAHO Guidelines For The Use of Foreign Field Hospitals in The Aftermath of Sudden-Impact Disasters (WHO 2003) outlines preconditions for the deployment of field hospitals: A. Following an appropriate declaration of emergency and a request from the authorities of an affected country. B. When they are integrated into the local health services. C. When the respective roles and responsibilities have been clearly defined. The uses for FHs are also outlined as providing early emergency medical care, follow-up care, routine care and as a temporary facility substituting damaged local installations . a. First 48 Hoursb. Early advanced trauma and emergency medical care Day 3 - 15 c. Follow-up care for trauma cases, emergencies, routine health care and routine emergencies 2 nd Month ~ 2 Years