Case Study - The Netherlands
How to maintain patient levels during operating room Refurbishment – the Netherlands
Vanguard provides solutions to help hospitals and clinics provide uninterrupted service
Client: Medinova Kliniek Klein Rosendael
Hospital management teams in Europe now have an alternative to stopping the use of operating rooms or wards during essential refurbishment programmes.
Many facilities would historically have accepted a much reduced capability to treat patients or at worst closure and re-routing of patients to another hospital. In the case of private sector clinics the potential issues include not only reduced capability but short term reduction in revenue. The longer term implications can also be extremely serious; with loss of patients to competitor facilities and the prospect of dwindling patient lists in both private and public sector hospitals.
Hospitals are often faced with this dilemma - how to maintain patient services during periods of refurbishment? All hospital facilities need updating and refurbishment at some stage or another. But in busy departments, halting patient care while this takes place is not an option.
See how Vanguard Healthcare mobile units have assisted one of the Netherland’s most innovative private clinic groups...