Ambulance Receiving Centre: LIVE DEMO 16th August
Join our live Ambulance Receiving Centre demo | 16th August
Reducing patient waiting lists
The aim of an Ambulance Receiving Centre is to reduce time taken for paramedics to hand patients over to emergency department staff, to enable patients to spend less time waiting in ambulances.
Join the Health Spaces team next week for a live product demonstration of Ambulance Receiving Centres – bespoke, pre-constructed modular buildings for NHS Trusts to rapidly deploy dedicated safe areas for patient hand-over.
Kelvin Moulding and Warren Edwards will be talking through this innovative solution, which utilises Modern Methods of Construction, helping to reduce ambulance waiting times immediately. Save your place and join the demonstration.
This development, which can be in operation in under 12 weeks, helps to reduce patient hand-over times, allowing paramedics and emergency department staff to give patients the best experience possible.
Rapid deployment to site
Our Ambulance Receiving Centres are available for a fast deployment to the NHS, helping to reduce ambulance waiting times immediately.
These spaces are designed by our healthcare architects to be bespoke to each NHS Trust and developed in accordance to a pre-approved specification from NHS England.
Committed to Modern Methods of Construction (MMC), our rapid solutions for reducing ambulance waiting times employ the use of modular buildings, with 70% of the modular build constructed off-site to ensure for minimal disruption to your hospital’s operations.