• We are focused on the most fundamental conditions to ensure effective operation of our mobile hospitals:

1.Speed of deployment

2.Overcoming obstacles (physical and logistical) in the deployment area

3.Durability during transportation, unloading and general use

4.Independency of vital units during first minutes following disaster / warfare

5.Level of human engineering

  • We believe, and our customers have agreed, that a mobile hospital should be totally independent and that the vital units should be able to operate as a stand-alone unit at the scene of a disaster or emergency, before the other support units arrive.
  • The expandable units should be deployable and ready for use within 5 minutes for opening, and another 30 minutes for starting full operation.
  • Patients with respiratory diseases
  • Advanced-level care including patient isolation systems
  • Facility to supplies to identify and isolate patients with possible COVID-19
  • Containment and temporary treatment of COVID-19
  • Facility for stabilizing patients
  • ICU and all necessary equipment
  • In order to transport them to permanent hospital facilities
  • Patient-care area with negative pressure isolation rooms (“NPIS”)
  • Centers for disease control and prevention
  • 50 to 100 beds
  • Airborne infection isolation rooms (“AIIR”)
  • Negative pressure air scrubber
  • HEPA and UV germicidal filtration
  • Portable environmental control units (“ECU”)
  • Diesel generators
  • Complete 60 Bed Hospital including:
  • Operating Theatre
  • Intensive Care Unit
  • Dental unit
  • X-ray
  • Pharmacy
  • Laboratory
  • Blood Bank
  • Morgue
  • Water Purification
  • Laundry
  • Sterilization
  • Decontamination Unit (placed outside of hospital complex)
  • Generator
  • Kitchen and Dining Room