Q-bital has pioneered the development of flexible healthcare delivery. It draws on 18 years of innovation and excellence to provide tailored healthcare facilities. The company’s roots are in bringing additional capacity to hospitals, but it has become an industry leader in providing an array of facilities, products and services to expand the boundaries of healthcare.

It partners with healthcare providers across the globe, focusing on providing high-quality clinical environments and support staff in five core areas:

  • Refurbishment management
  • Capacity management
  • Emergency response
  • Service redesign
  • Community healthcare

Mobile facilities can meet demand for operating theatres – including laminar flow theatres – endoscopy suites, day surgery units, clinics, endoscope decontamination units, Sterile Service Departments, and wards. All facilities can be supplied with clinical support staff to help alleviate the pressure on internal hospital resources.

HealthNovember 12, 2021
Mobile healthcare can improve access to diagnostic services
A need for improving diagnostic provision to provide patient-centred pathways for all patients, regardless of their location, has been evident for some time, but the impact of Covid-19 on diagnostic activity has highlighted the importance of the issue.
HealthMay 5, 2021
How do waiting times compare internationally?
The pandemic has caused unprecdented disruption to elective care across the globe, what steps are different countries taking to stem growing backlogs in care across the sector?

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