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Bookable MHCC Mobile Primary Care Units

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Bookable Mobile Units available to practices during 2021 for flu and Covid-19 vaccination and wider primary care outreach i.e. phlebotomy

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Examples of the van use:

-Door to door vaccinations of housebound with the patient having the choice of a home visit or stepping onto the van.

- Pop-up clinics - the vans take away a lot of the time-consuming pop up site estate requirements.

- Safe vaccination at care homes, supported housing units, hostels and day centres.

The 3 units come fully equipped with furniture, storage and hand washing facilities.

The vans have a clear NHS corporate branding and come with a dedicated driver who can drive the van to multiple locations throughout the day.

A staff member can travel on the van in a safe way as the driver is separated by a sealed perspex screen which meets Covid-19 infection prevention control requirements.

Equipment on van

• 1 portable handwashing unit

• 1 medical cold chain cooler (NOMAD MD18L-S) with gel packs

• Paper towels

• Hand soap

• Emergency PPE (small, medium and large gloves plus aprons and FFP3 masks)

• Hand Sanitiser

• Cleaning wipes

• 2 chairs

• 1 fold down desk

• 20m electric cable.

• Integrated heater.

• A-Frame advertising hoarding to provide public information about the van

• (consulting couch (larger van only)

The mobile units will come with a designated driver who will not be involved in a patient-facing role. They are there to ensure that the van is transported to the location, to ensure that the vehicle is kept safe and can assist in connecting the vehicle to power on site.

Practice Responsibilities

• Bring all necessary PPE

• Bring all medicines and medical equipment.

• Ensure that the landholder gives permission to deliver activity from the site and is happy for the van to be connected to a power source on site (the van comes with a 20-metre long cable, and all associated electrical safety equipment.

• Ensure the site is happy for the portable handwashing unit to be refilled with water.

• Safely pour away water from the hand washing unit at the end of the session, or if it becomes full.

• Alert MHCC to any issues as they arise.

• To ensure appointments are kept to, as MHCC will be charged for any under-utilisation of the vehicles.


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