Critical Care International has been delivering onsite medical support for a large-scale engineering and construction project in West Africa since 2016.  This period has seen a site workforce expansion from an initial exploration team of 30 to 1,100 workers at peak construction intensity.

To optimise workforce safety during this dynamic period, CCI deployed UK-trained doctors to design and staff a new clinic, develop site specific medical emergency response plans (MERP’s), deliver primary and emergency healthcare as well as onsite health promotion, occupational health and a comprehensive sustainable community healthcare development programme.

Additional efficiencies included better onsite diagnosis and treatment, a reduction in absenteeism as well as a reduction in unnecessary referrals and evacuations.


As governments around the world continue to grapple with the pandemic, Critical Care International is working with organisations operating throughout the world to help them stay one step ahead of the virus.