The French Red Cross has entrusted us, through our partner Martinique Automobiles, with 2 medical reception units, one for St Martin and one for Guadeloupe.
These mobile medical practices offer:
- a first space for reception, patient registration and medical office
- a second area reserved for consultations, medical samples and in particular gynaecological samples.
These units are built on a Renault Trucks Maxcity 3.5T chassis adapted to the road profile of these territories.
These 2 mobile clinics make it possible to guarantee the provision of care to the most vulnerable populations that are isolated and far from health services.
On receipt of these 2 medical trucks, the French Red Cross, satisfied with the quality of our services, the ergonomics, the layout and the functions offered, entrusted us with a new order for French Guiana.
I will remember from the visit the discovery of a high-performance production tool capable of providing such different answers in the respect of your customers' projects.
Beyond this performance, I will retain the quality of listening and response of your professionals, allowing your customers to be serene about the quality of the product, faithful to contractual commitments.
On a personal note, I would like to stress that the image reflected in your production premises inspires confidence, a spirit of companionship and the transmission of knowledge, which are strong human values that I can only emphasize.
It is with sincerity that we thank you for the time spent on our project, our questions and our welcome.
We will have no hesitation in entrusting you with a future project, enabling the French Red Cross to further improve its responses in the territories.
Thierry Fauveaux, Antilles Territorial Director - French Red Cross
For more than ten years now, the French Red Cross has been developing and perfecting activities in French Antilles based on the principle of "going towards". Through mobile projects, Red Cross teams go out to meet vulnerable people and offer them answers adapted to their needs:
- Maintain the social link with people in isolation and great precariousness
- Accompany vulnerable people and relieve their suffering
- Offer food and clothing assistance
- Decompartmentalize and facilitate access to healthcare for all, by deploying actions for health promotion, health screening, prevention and reduction of risks related to the consumption of psychoactive products.
With this new, more modern, high-performance medical vehicle, which is better adapted to the Caribbean environment, the teams can further develop these local actions.
These products are developed taking into account the climatic constraints of these territories and thus providing a 60 mm thick insulated panel solution.