Mobile Intensive Care Unit™
|Mobile Intensive Care Units™ (MICU) are U.S. healthcare code compliant healthcare delivery facilities. They are designed to provide on-site intensive care services for hospitals renovating intensive care units (ICU) or to provide additional ICU capacity. They may also be used by physician groups in conjunction with a Mobile Surgery Unit™ to provide on-site ICU services at correctional facilities, ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), for disaster response applications, and international and/or humanitarian purposes.|
- Set-up and fully functional in 1 hour by 1 person
- Configured with entrance, up to six patient care stations, nurse's station, handicapped accessible bathroom/changing area, storage/utility room
- Self-contained with integrated power, lighting, heating, ventilation (HEPA filtration), air conditioning, plumbing, medical gas/vacuum, nurse call, intrusion alarm, fire suppression, and communications systems
- Transportable by tractor, train or ship
- Redundant systems for power, water, vacuum and communications
- Holding tanks for storage of potable, gray and black water
- UPS system
- MMIC's Mobile Intensive Care Units are the only state licensable, Joint Commission accreditable, and CMS certifiable Mobile Intensive Care Units in the world
- Rapid set-up allows for fast delivery of patient care
- May be integrated with existing structures
- Easy to clean surfaces provide superb infection control
- Equipped with easily reconfigurable rail-mounted modular cabinetry to provide storage for medical supplies and equipment
MICUs are used to provide ICU capability for facilities renovating, experiencing over capacity issues or to augment the use of an on-site Mobile Surgery Unit™. MICUs provide a means for government facilities to avoid outsourcing ICU services thereby preserving budget dollars. They provide private and public facilities the ability to preserve revenue streams during renovation or over-capacity periods. In addition, during construction, the use of MICUs protects patients from being exposed to construction contaminants.
An example of an MICU application is an MMIC international client. Our client is utilizing an MSU / MICU two-unit system to provide an important diaster readiness component to support their country's overall disaster plan.
Contact MMIC today to discuss your MICU needs.