In areas where disasters such as weather geography are severely damaged, container-built clinics can be quickly transported to the disaster area. It can be installed quickly and can receive patients immediately.
This “container clinic” was designed by K-home and consists of 30 standard containers. The layout of the container clinic is single-storey. Considering the need for emergency stairs, there is no need to climb stairs. The clinic has a complete classification department and even includes specialized medical care washing rooms. Some of them will serve as an examination room for pregnant women and for vaccinating their children. The other part will serve as a laboratory, operating room, doctor's office and pharmacy, with medical facilities pre-installed inside. It will also provide a window for patients who are waiting outside the chair.
Although the “temporary medical clinic” was first introduced, the K-home management group boldly planned to produce more than 50,000 “container clinics” in rural areas of India, Central America and Southeast Asia within 15 years.