Press Association The Duchess of Cornwall is set to tour the facilities and meet the staff of a hospital ship. In her role as commodore-in-chief of the Royal Naval Medical Services, Camilla is visiting the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Argus at Portsmouth Naval Base. She will be given a tour of the vessel and meet some of the ship's personnel in the officers' lounge. RFA Argus has two primary roles - as a floating casualty unit which can be deployed to war zones around the world, and as a specialist aviation training facility with two-thirds of its length used as a flight deck for Royal Navy helicopters. For its role as a primary casualty receiving facility (PCRF), it is equipped with two operating theatres and 100 beds. A spokesman for the RFA said: "This ensures that wounded service personnel of all nationalities can receive swift care. "The PCRF complex within Argus is a fully equipped 100-bed hospital facility offering services including a four-bay operating theatre, coupled with a 10-bed intensive care unit, 20-bed high dependency unit, two 35-bed general wards and the full gamut of clinical support services."