The role of aambulance, we know, is to get patients to the hospital as fast as possible. While this system remains the current norm, it basically means that ambulances must make TWO trips to fulfill their purpose: one to the patient and one to the medical facility.
The Mobile Hospital cuts this in half by bringing the state-of-the-art facilities of a wheeled hospital complex directly to the patient.
Designed for disaster-stricken areas and war-torn regions, the Mobile Hospital is a comprehensive diagnostic center with an operating room on wheels.
The vehicle is about the size of a semi-trailer and fits all state-of-the-art medical equipment in the rear.
When the mobile hospital reaches its destination, the rear compartment expands laterally to nearly triple in size. This makes its interior cabin much more spacious, allowing the hospital to treat more people effectively and efficiently.
Mobile hospital: the interiors
The interiors of the mobile hospital are divided into sectors, a bit like in “permanent” hospitals, to help increase efficiency.
At the four corners are: a computer with quick connection for communication purposes and to read / create reports, a perfectly self-contained laboratory, a pharmaceutical zone and a large workbench.
A configuration, that of the mobile hospital designed by the designer Dors Liu, which leaves enough space for so many things. For example, for an operating table complete with an MRI machine and a robotic arm for precision operations.
Finally, the doors on both sides of the mobile hospital on wheels allow multiple patients to be admitted and treated at the same time, unless (the thought always runs there these days) there is a critical case where the hospital it is sealed for high priority treatments and procedures.