Mobile Dialysis Unit™
|Mobile Dialysis Units™ (MDYU) are U.S. healthcare code compliant healthcare delivery facilities designed to provide on-site dialysis treatment. They are ideal for providing on-site dialysis services at correctional facilities, for disaster response applications, international and/or humanitarian purposes. MDYUs are available in 4, 5 or 6 patient care station capacities.|
- Set-up and fully functional in 1 hour by 1 person
- Configured with entrance, up to six patient care stations (with one dialysis machine and portable reverse osmosis unit in ready reserve), nurse's station, handicapped accessible bathroom, and staff lounge area
- Self-contained with integrated power, lighting, heating, ventilation (HEPA filtration), air conditioning, plumbing, medical gas, intrusion alarm, fire suppression, and communications systems
- Transportable by tractor, train or ship
- Redundant systems for power, water, and communications
- Holding tanks for storage of potable, gray and black water
- UPS system
- MMIC's Mobile Dialysis Units are state licensable, Joint Commission accreditable, and CMS certifiable
- 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 cabinetry to provide storage for medical supplies and equipment
MDYUs provide access to life-saving treatment in a way not previously possible. Lifestyle changes have resulted in an international explosion of dialysis demand and availability has not kept pace with current needs. Recent disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti have made it even more apparent that access to dialysis treatment during disasters is a necessity. Beyond that, there are many areas of the U.S. and the world that experience population fluctuations due to elderly vacationers following the sun prompting the temporary need for dialysis in many locations. MDYUs provide solutions to over-capacity, renovation of current facilities, temporary fluctuations in need and to provide access to rural patients who would otherwise have to travel great distances to receive this life-saving treatment.
Contact MMIC today for your MDYU needs.