Designing the Future of Universal Healthcare

Designing the Future of Universal Healthcare

Using social integration of health and wellness along with accessibility, immediate care, affordability, and economic deployability, Architecture Discipline developed a solution for one of India's largest crises—health infrastructure.

Client: Government of Delhi/ Tata Power

The Brief

Made from upcycled shipping containers, the Mohalla Clinics are designed to bring affordable primary healthcare to every neighbourhood in Delhi. The clinics are a prefabricated, easily deployable and sustainable solution to the issue of inaccessible primary healthcare. A typical unit is made of two 20-foot-long containers consists of a reception, a waiting lounge, an examination room, and a pharmacy, making it suitable for routine health checks, testing, and vaccinations.

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