How we can help

Mobile day surgery facilities can offer a substantial increase in clinical capacity and post-operation bed space. Suitable for a wide range of both general and specialist surgeries, they can be used to maintain patient access to care during refurbishment programmes or to overcome clinical capacity challenges.

A mobile day surgery unit is an ideal means of providing additional clinical capacity for high-demand procedures. Q-bital day surgery units have been used within the NHS to support clinical activity in specialities including general surgery, endoscopy and plastic surgery, amongst others. A mobile day surgery facility offers HEPA-filtered environmental air which conforms to Grade C EUGMP. Patients can be admitted and discharged from within the facility, allowing it to operate either connected to the hospital or as a standalone unit.

Our mobile day surgery facilities include:

  • Reception
  • Waiting area
  • Consulting room
  • Admission/discharge area
  • Anaesthetic room
  • Standard operating theatre
  • 6- or 8-bed bay recovery ward
  • Bedhead system with oxygen, vacuum and lights
  • WC with wheelchair access
  • Changing room
  • Refreshment area
  • Utility areas
  • HEPA-filtered environmental air which conforms to grade C EUGMP


Unit dimensions 18m x 10m
Site location requirements
26m x 12m
Electrical supply 1 x 150 Amp, 3-phase N+E with D2 250 Amp or D9 150 Amp Marechal socket
Water supply 1 x 15mm pipe at 3 bar – brass tap connection
Foul drainage 5 x 35mm pipe
Telecommunications 2 connections

The initialisation process takes 3-4 hours, followed by an agreed commissioning programme.