As part of its contingency plan, a hospital currently utilising a Q-bital room on-site has developed a new rapid-response pathway. This follows the positive impact of the current room on its service provision. The hospital has now prepared a location for further units as part of their emergency response protocol.
Members of the Q-bital team have attended the hospital site and met with the hospital's teams. Together they have run through the complete planning process for deploying an additional 1 or 2 mobile rooms. Q-bital will site these alongside the current unit, should the need arise. As part of this comprehensive plan, the operations team have performed a site survey, completed an operational delivery meeting and also developed a project plan for integration of new rooms into the workflow. As a result, Q-bital can rapidly respond to alleviate the pressure of any closures of the hospital's permanent rooms. This approach minimises disruption to patients and also provides crucial additional capacity. Ensuring the hospital is able to maintain efficient patient flow and prevent delays in surgical treatment is a top priority. Q-bital are delighted to form a part of this initiative.