Mobile Hospitals

A mobile hospital, also known as a field hospital or a portable hospital, is a medical facility that is designed to be easily transported and set up in temporary or remote locations. It serves as a temporary solution to provide medical care during emergencies, disasters, or in areas with limited access to healthcare services.

Mobile hospitals are equipped with essential medical equipment, supplies, and facilities to provide a range of healthcare services. These facilities can vary in size and capabilities depending on the specific needs and requirements of the situation. They can be as small as a compact trailer or as large as a multi-unit complex with separate sections for different medical specialties.

We have developed mobile hospitals solution typically including:

Mobile hospitals are designed to be easily transported to the desired location. On-road and of-road.

Rapid deployment

These hospitals are designed for quick setup and deployment

Medical equipment and supplies

Mobile hospitals are equipped with a range of medical equipment and supplies necessary to deliver basic and specialized healthcare services. This can include diagnostic equipment, surgical instruments, patient monitoring devices, pharmaceuticals, and other essential medical supplies.

Triage and treatment areas

Mobile hospitals usually have designated areas for triage, where patients are assessed and prioritized based on the severity of their condition.

Patient accommodation

Mobile hospitals provide patient care areas such as wards, beds, and sometimes isolation units to accommodate patients requiring medical attention. They may also include facilities for basic hygiene, sanitation, and privacy


Mobile hospitals require a team of healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, technicians, and support staff, to provide medical care.

Mobile hospitals play a crucial role in disaster response, humanitarian aid efforts, and in providing medical care to underserved or remote areas. They help bridge the gap in healthcare services during emergencies and ensure that people receive necessary medical attention even when traditional healthcare infrastructure is overwhelmed or unavailable.