Used mobile medical clinics are integral to promoting healthcare and outreach programs today. They are a serious contender to traditional fixed clinics in increasing health outcomes and delivering a positive ROI for the communities they serve.
Keep reading to learn more about used mobile medical clinics, including their benefits, types of services performed, and the different types of floor plans MobileTestingClinic.com can offer your clinic.
Used mobile medical clinics can accommodate the same medical services found in traditional "brick and mortar" clinics, such as primary care, preventive health screenings, blood donation, and HIV/AIDs mobile clinic services.
Another important component of mobile medical clinics in clinical trials. These clinical trials work overtime to validate new drug treatments before making them available to the public. With global clinical trials enjoying a 5.8% compound annual growth rate through 2030, the need for used mobile medical clinics to reach underserved, viable trial participants is even greater.
Used mobile medical clinics can even be used to conduct decentralized clinical trials. In an effort by biopharma companies and other research organizations to execute studies, they have turned to mobile vehicles to save money over leasing traditional fixed clinics. These sites are capable of intaking patients to perform insulin tests, blood draws, saliva sample collection, and other types of data collection for research studies.
MobileTestingClinic.com offers news and used medical clinics and used mobile hospitals with different floor plans and configurations, from simple one-room setups to larger models like the 30' Ford E450, complete with a waiting room and two exam rooms.
Other popular configurations include motorcoach, cab chassis, cutaway, and Sprinter-style vehicles. We also carry towable trailers.
Another one of our biggest draws is included equipment. Unlike other used mobile medical clinic providers, many of our vehicles already come equipped with popular options, such as 5.5-cubic-feet Accucold medical grade refrigerators, Ritter 204 exam tables, storage compartments, and bathroom kits. In addition, on ADA units, all paratransit equipment is included, such as wheelchair lift belts, Braun lifts, and double W/C lift doors.
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According to a report by the National Library of Medicine, which studied the impact of a joint initiative between UnitedHealth Group and Project HOPE to deliver biometric and retinal screening in New Mexico, this initiative had an excellent 15:1 return on investment. In addition, an estimated $10 million in quality-adjusted life years was saved. All of this was due, in part, to the effectiveness of mobile medical clinics in delivering quality health and screening services.
According to the Mobile Health Map, a research organization focusing on the impact of mobile clinics, they allow for fewer ER visits while saving 65 quality-adjusted life years every year. Along with an average of $200 saved per visit, specific mobile health clinics are a preferred alternative to visiting a costlier emergency room department.
The same study cited Breathmobile asthma mobile clinics reporting a nearly 80% decline in 5+ missed school days per year for school-aged children. For more information on a Breathmobile program in Northern California, visit The Northern California Breathmobile Program.
One of the most significant advantages of used mobile medical clinics is the ability to reach underserved or remote areas. One classic example is COVID-19 testing. According to a GoodRx report, more than 67 million Americans live an average of 22 miles away from a COVID-19 testing facility. Without mobile medical vehicles, these areas would be much harder to reach.
Used mobile medical clinic customers enjoy the same branding opportunities as fixed clinics, from vehicle siding to customized waiting rooms. Our in-house graphic design team can create a catchy concept using your logo, style guide, website, and all contact information.
Our used mobile medical vehicles come in various floor plans and configurations. The ideal floor plan depends on the types of equipment/supplies you carry, patient inflow, and work needs.
Depending on community outreach efforts, your used mobile medical vehicle can be converted to an outreach service provider with a focus on mobile libraries, classrooms, and resource centers. For example, used mobile medical vehicles can double as a pop-up food bank or distribution aid center.
Here are some of the questions we ask clients to brainstorm, all to identify the right vehicle and floor plan.
MobileTestingClinic.com is a provider of new and used mobile medical vehicles, fully equipped to serve your mobile medical clinic. We offer different configurations, from one-room trucks to ADA-accessible units with a waiting area and two exam rooms.
One of MobileTestingClinic.com's biggest strengths is its included equipment and customization options. We carry a wide range of specialty vehicles (e.g., mobile dental chairs), complete with Proma dental chairs, wall mount disposal systems, and other tools of the trade. Our in-house design team is also on hand to provide complete branding solutions for your truck's siding, allowing your organization to build awareness anywhere you move.
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