My proposal is to create a space in low-income neighborhoods, or isolated areas where people can come and get treated with minor injuries. These tents could be a safe haven where medical students can achieve their resident hours by attending to patients in these spaces. These spaces are going to be mini hospitals with a building budget of less than $50,000. These spaces can be utilized by patients who have both severe or minor injuries. These spaces also provide kids with the flu shot, rabies shot, etc, since 6.2 million kids and adolescents under the age of 15 die mostly from preventable causes, these spaces can provide them with the basic necessities that they need.
These mini hospitals would have a childbirth program, AIDS prevention, HIV treatment, and more, since the pandemic has interrupted childhood immunization programs in around 70 countries. Humans have to acknowledge that healthcare disruptions could reverse decades of improvement in the medical field. This innovation is going to improve the overall medical usage of small states, small countries, large countries, suburban areas, or possibly even affect something internationally. This innovation could lead to saving people, children, and adolescents from passing away to curable diseases.