After the earthquake hit, C2C actually decided to sent the prototype itself to Grace Children's Hospital, with plans to send two more of these to Haiti later. Glad to see that my old home town, San Francisco, named after that great channel of healing love, St Francis of Assisi, could lend several of its businesses to this suddenly East Coast-West Coast humanitarian enterprise.
Clearly you can begin to see the L-shaped clinic design in the above photos, but now let's take a closer look:
Above we see Georgianne to the right taking notes as Handy, on the left, answers questions while Andre, back toward us, listens on. The 20-foot container on the left with the large red cross is the OBGYN double examination room, while the container to the right is the lab and pharmacy. Since this is later in the day, the patients, who would be waiting on the blue benches beneath the awning, have already been seen.
Let's step inside each container now, starting with the one on the left:As you walk in, you are immediately in the pharmacy, where two of the medical staff are awaiting the next patient or prescription order:
In the next room is the small but well-equipped lab:
Stepping outside, we move on to the examination container: