A real mobile urology clinic is set up in the vehicle, where medical examinations are carried out in order to increase public awareness of the culture of prevention. The mobile unit allows to organize medical examinations in squares, schools, parishes, local health authorities, universities and in any distant place from the reference hospitals. In the mobile unit specialized examinations can be performed and the vehicle is equipped with comfortable urology chairs with electric and manual adjustment. There are also the waiting room and locker rooms for pre and post examination and a fully equipped toilet.
Every mobile urology clinic is customizable according to the client's needs, both in the internal furniture and fitting and in the dimension (medium, large, extra-large). Since it is equipped with suitable doors and telescoping wheelchair ramps for boarding and alighting, it allows the entry also to wheelchair passengers with special needs.
It can be fitted with every comfort: air-conditioning for any weather conditions and to any time of the year to guarantee a healthy environment, oleodynamic stabilization system managed by handheld remote control, wiring with high quality and safety standards, self-sufficiency in energy thanks to the auxiliary power generator in order to ensure that the installed equipments aboard the vehicle continue to function, wireless LAN for the exchange and sharing of data, adequate lighting for the working environment in accordance with the requirements set out in the legislation to safeguard security and welfare both of the medical staff and the patients, etc.
All the installations are designed by a team of qualified engineers and are skilfully made in accordance with the existing legislation in the field of health.
CVS had the privilege of creating the first Italian Mobile Unit for urology exams commissioned by Fondazione ProSud Onlus in Naples, a non-profit foundation committed to the prevention and research on oncology in the South of Italy. It works in collaboration with the Urology Unit of the University of Naples Federico II. The Mobile Unit is dedicated to prevention and it represents a good tool to spread the culture of health and achieve greater awareness of this sensitive issue.