Mobile Friendly Care

Mobile medical units are growing increasingly popular with a broad variety of medical professionals due to their increasing viability on the market. Mobile medical units are just what they sound like: trailer-based medical facilities that can be quickly moved from location to location in a city, or even a broader area, to allow for the more rapid taking and treatment of patients.

A mobile medical unit can be used to access a particularly convenient area for a large city without establishing a permanent practice, say, for something seasonal, or it can be deployed to an area that is otherwise relatively remote. In researching the mobile medical units from LifelineMobile.com, it’s easy to see just how varied they are. There are units available for simple mammogram treatments, as well as more advanced units capable of performing laboratory procedures on blood samples, as well as dental units to provide dental care. Because the cost of maintenance is relatively low, particularly when compared against the needs of a secondary location for a practice, they’re a very viable option for those looking to increase their reach to patients without undergoing a complete overhaul of their practice.

Mobile medical units are an excellent way to bring care to your patients where they need it most, which makes them an excellent thing to consider.

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2 Responses to Mobile Friendly Care

  1. The KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic is proud to work in collaboration with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC as a Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Program. This unique network of mobile units provides worldwide partners from whom we draw expertise and to whom we offer our own considerable experience. This special vantage point allows us to help children around the world receive better care and promote MedStar Georgetown’s mission of “cura personalis”—caring for the whole person. During the last few years, our program has diversified and expanded our relationships. Last year, with the very generous support of partners and collaborators like Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington DC, CVS/Caremark Charitable Trust, The Joseph E. & Marjorie B. Jones Foundation, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, the Hearst Foundation and the W. O’Neill Foundation, we have been able to bring more services to more children in need.

  2. Although Medical Coaches has concentrated on mobile medical units, we have also built many, many unique and different types of units. Most are one-of-a-kind for specific purposes.

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