This hospital was planned and constructed in a record time of less than 2 years. That extraordinary achievement was obtained thanks to the accumulative knowledge gained by IMS, integrated with our ability to implement past experience to create a better outcome.
The construction site was modified after work was already underway, which required us to change design accordingly. We switched all hospital directions in 180 degrees and adopted all plans without interruption or delay to the construction process.
In order to ensure autonomous and ongoing operation of the hospital, IMS had created an energy power supply center within the complex, which guarantees a continuous and uninterrupted functioning of all medical units during electricity failures.
The creation of Guadeloupe Mongomo was also a logistical challenge, as materials had to be shipped in land, since the location is far away from the sea port. Here again, the great challenges we faced proved productive and added to IMS’s corporate efficiency in the long run.
Ground Floor \ Basement
Emergency department5 beds (one in an isolation room)
4 armchairs (two in the triage exam room)
Reception – 4 stations
Outpatient ClinicsDental Clinic
Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat)
Dialysis 3 stations\armchairs
Rehabilitation DepartmentReception office
8 treatment rooms
2 doctor / consultant rooms
Gym + private treatment room
Operating Rooms Suite – 2 rooms
Preparation and Recovery – 5 beds
ICU, Intensive Care – 7 beds
Sterile Supplies Department
Labor and Delivery RoomsLDR – 2
Assessment, Preparation and Recovery – 3 beds
Newborns – 16
Newborns Intensive Care Unit – 8
Maternity Inpatient Ward –18 beds
Surgical \ Orthopedics Inpatient Ward – 37 beds
Pediatric Inpatients Ward – 10 beds
Internal medicine Inpatients Ward – (27 beds)