mobile hospital

mobile hospital

A military medicine term for a hospital unit designed to provide service in the field, which can be moved from one place to another to meet the demands of the combat situation.
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The Liverpool Merchants' Mobile Hospital met some of the demands created by the terrible carnage on the Western Front in France.
He said that three medical teams comprising five medical officers, five paramedical staff and five nurses as well as one mobile hospital unit are also being sent to KPK.
Both vessels will have a capacity of 10,300t with a draft of 6m, and carry four tanks, four trucks, a mobile hospital, two jeeps and two helicopters.
NAFFCO (National Fire Fighting and Manufacturing FZCO) has launched its Mobile Medical unit, the NAFFCO Mobile Hospital.
UAE-based Naffco (National Fire Fighting and Manufacturing), a leader in fire protection systems, recently launched its mobile medical unit - the Naffco Mobile Hospital.
The core of the mobile hospital complex exist in the form of a 43-foot semi truck with expandable sides, and are fully outfitted with seven critical care beds each having monitor defibrillator capability; portable digital X-ray unit; telemedicine capability; portable field laboratory; small pharmaceutical cache; overhead medical procedure lighting; and onboard medical gases.
helping to erect a large mobile hospital in a parking lot.
The Mobile Hospital is a collaborative effort made possible by experts who work for the ISF, its medical rescue services and Mowasalat (Karwa).
AMMAN (CyHAN)- A team of French military doctors who have set up a mobile hospital in the Zaatari camp to extend help to Syrian refugees claim that housing large numbers of people in limited amounts of space is a major challenge to the health of refugees.
Summary: AMMAN - A second volunteer medical team has arrived in Jordan to take part in completing preparations for commissioning the UAE-Jordanian mobile hospital which will provide assistance to Syrian refugees.
Sata's long-standing opposition to the growing Chinese involvement in Zambia's economy, especially in the extractive industries' sector, might well be behind his forthright opposition to the mobile hospital initiative.
The hospital has so far hosted one thousand refugees from different nationalities, transferred from camps and mobile hospital units set up near the Tunisian-Libyan border.

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