Bring quality healthcare directly to communities in need across the country with mobile medical vans. Healthcare vans can be customized to provide nearly any service including primary care, dental, diagnostics, and COVID testing.
A mobile medical van allows you to take your services directly to rural areas, underserved urban communities, and disaster relief sites.
Craftsmen is the leading manufacturer of custom medical vans. If you are looking to buy or build a custom mobile medical van, Craftsmen is your trusted source. Request a quote or call today! Also see our mobile medical vehicles product page.
Mobile medical vans are easily transported without a specially-licensed driver and can fit at nearly any site. Van interiors can be fully customized to your service with different floorplans including special equipment, custom cabinetry, ADA wheelchair lifts, plumbing, and more. The smaller-sized vehicle creates a big impact for those in need!
Our turnkey mobile healthcare services allow your organization to get to those in need, fast. Setup onsite quickly and serve efficiently with a reliable, best-in-class mobile medical van by Craftsmen.
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Mobile medical vans are sprinter model vans typically equipped with the latest medical technology to function as a healthcare clinic on wheels. Mobile medical vans are typically used as a tool in underserved communities or disaster relief efforts by providing healthcare directly to adults and children who need it most. The services offered by mobile medical vans vary depending on what service is lacking in the desired locations. In areas with a high concentration of low-income residents, mobile medical vans may offer primary care, dental care, mental health counseling, and immunizations. In areas with limited access to healthcare or rural communities that do not have nearby hospitals or clinics, medical vans may provide immediate healthcare services including blood pressure screenings, immunizations, diagnostics, and x-rays.
There are many benefits of mobile medical vans. Most importantly, the vans are easily transported to reach patients in remote areas who would not otherwise have access to a doctor or hospital. This is especially important for people with chronic health conditions who need regular checkups and monitoring. Mobile medical vans can also bring healthcare services directly to people’s homes. This allows the patient to stay in the comfort of their own home, rather than having to travel to a hospital or clinic. Mobile care providers often bring equipment that may not be readily available in underserved areas, such as insulin pumps for diabetes care, laboratories for blood tests, and CT scanners.
Mobile medical vans are small enough to fit in nearly any location and do not require a specially licensed driver. These mobile clinics can be customized quickly at affordable costs compared to brick-and-mortar spaces, allowing you to serve those in need faster.
Examples of changes in healthcare after the introduction of mobile medical vans are a decrease in general hospital admissions for hypertension, diabetes, asthma, decrease in emergency department visits for falls, broken bones, heart attacks, and strokes.
Medical vans can be customized to nearly any healthcare service and are typically used by hospitals and doctors’ offices. They are equipped with a range of diagnostic tools, examination tables, heating/cooling systems, and specialized cabinetry. Mobile medical vans typically see patients in underserved communities, sometimes referred from hospitals, physicians’ offices, or dial-a-ride providers. Medical vans often contain the same diagnostic equipment as hospital and doctor’s office ambulances, but some may also include custom cabinetry for storing drugs and other supplies. Many vans have a small pharmacy onsite that can fill prescriptions and dispense medication as needed.
Once the actual van is secured, the custom interior can be built out in as little as a few months. Lead times vary based on desired equipment but are turned around much quicker than brick-and-mortar spaces that can take more than a year to be completed.
What is the typical price range of a Mobile Medical Van?
The cost of a Mobile Medical Van will vary depending on several factors such as the van size, the equipment to be installed, and desired custom cabinetry. Equipment may include an exam table, sinks for handwashing, freezers to store vaccines, phlebotomy chairs, and X-ray machines. Gathering ample information on what will be in your medical van will decide final pricing.