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This delivery follows a series of mobile clinics started in 2015 with the delivery of a series of 16 in 2016 and then 10 more in 2018.
Our Pakistani distributor has thus renewed its confidence in us for a 3rd order of mobile clinics for the Sindh government.
At the end, 40 mobile clinics designed by Toutenkamion will be on the roads of Pakistan.
After 7 years of intensive use to meet rural populations, we deliver this week the n°27 to 33 of the series. The last 7 mobile clinics are being manufactured in our workshops.
Mobile clinics operating in male-female pairs
These mobile healthcare units have the advantage of being able to operate separately or in pairs.
They are coupled at the rear via a platform allowing the passage of the medical team and the sharing of medical equipment.
The 2 mobile medical trucks have specific functions for a complementary use:
- The first medical truck - dedicated to men' health - has 2 rooms: a large consultation room with examination couch and ultrasound device + an analysis laboratory.
- The second medical truck - dedicated to women' health - has 4 rooms: a reception office + a toilet + a large consultation room with examination couch, ultrasound device, mobile X-ray equipment + a mammography examination room.
Delivery of the first part of the mobile clinics (men's health)
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