Thanks to this mobile unit, the Eure department works for the early detection of breast cancer in women.
This vehicle reinforce the mobile screening unit already present in the department of Orne. It thus enables Normandie to strengthen screening in order to reduce the risks of developing serious forms of cancer and heavy treatments by detecting the presence of the disease as early as possible. It is therefore an original and easy-to-access solution that preserves the physical and psychological health of patients.
A reassuring environment that encourages screening
The mammobile criss-crosses the roads of the Eure to get as close as possible to the population. Women thus benefit from a full medical environment in a familiar setting to encourage them to get tested.
Indeed, the design of the mobile unit is thought to provide more reassuring and personal atmosphere than the one offered by hospitals. And, to welcome patients in the best conditions, this mammography mobile unit is equipped with all the necessary comfort.
A device that is easy to access and fully fitted by our teams
This trailer benefits from a complete layout and professional equipment (including the GE Healthcare PristinaTM Senograph) and communicates by satellite antenna. It is also electrically and sanitarily autonomous.
Thanks to its extension, it offers advantageous dimensions and can include up to 6 distinct rooms facilitating the work of the medical teams, namely:
- A waiting room
- A comfortable and convivial reception desk,
- A medical consultation room
- Two confidentiality booths to respect the patient’s privacy
- A fully equipped mammography room with radiation protection
- A comfort area dedicated to the healthcare staff
Without discrimination, this mobile unit is also equipped with PMR (Person with Reduced Mobility) access and its soundproof medical cabinet preserves the confidentiality of exchanges.
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