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Hospitainer provides technical training on the use and maintenance of the Hospitainer structure and supplied equipment. The technical training is carried out by an experienced team of technical experts that train the implementing health care provider on usage and appropriate handling of medical equipment, cleaning of medical equipment and technical maintenance.
“Today, ladies and gentlemen, I am elated to accept the Hospitainer Primary Health Care Unit on behalf of the Government of The Bahamas, but most especially on behalf of the people of the High Rock community and Grand Bahama. This wonderful addition to our health care facilities is a fully equipped hurricane proof 20-foot mobile medical clinic, with a consultant room. Thus, our health care teams will be able to administer care inclusive of hygiene, medical, mental and psycho-social health services at the right time and at the right place, to mitigate human suffering. This Hospitainer is essential for east enders as you rebuild your lives and homes.”
Minister of Health, The Commonwealth of the Bahamas, the Hon. Dr. Duane E. Sands M.P.
“The Hospitainer Mobile Unit supports mobility of a full range of diagnostic services and has the complete medical solution integrated in the container structure. It can be used immediately after the storm. Even falling trees cannot break the Hospitainer. It is fully insulated, fully air-conditioned, completely self-sufficient and watertight. It has its own filtration system, weather and storm resistant and safe, even used in combat site.”
International Medical Corps Team Leader, Karol Bassim
Bahama’s; a nature torn island which is in need of medical help. International Medical Corps purchased a 20 ft mobile primary healthcare clinic to support the MOH with providing the essential needed healthcare. Our colleague Pete Marshall travelled to the Bahamas a few days ago and will be training the staff how to operate the unit. Today will be the official presentation ceremony with the ministry of health ao.
When Pete gets back from his journey, we will publish an update on the situation out there.