The Off-Road Mobile Clinic is used to provide professional medical services in remote areas that are difficult to reach using normal vehicles and as a quick response to disaster-affected locations. The clinic is self-contained and can be ready to use in approximately 30 minutes. It supports various internal clinical layouts to provide different kinds of medical services. It is modular in design and can be converted for different medical treatments.
Distributors / Implementing Organizations
Off road cabins and trucks are revitalized to create mobile clinics.
Intellectural Property Type
User Provision Model
Users can contact Mobile Clinics & Hospitals using this link.
Distributions to Date Status
The Off Road Mobile Clinic is specifically designed for challenging terrain to deliver a wide range of medical facilities. It provides a sterile medical environment that is fully weatherproof. It is modular in design and can be converted for different medical treatments. The clinic is fully air conditioned and fitted with electrics & lighting, examination bed, and administration area. It includes a separate waiting room and treatment room, medical workbench with storage and on-board fresh, and waste water tanks. It also includes a diesel generator fitted in sound insulation and the necessary medical facilities. The trailer unit is pulled by a 4-wheel drive vehicle that has a fifth wheel coupling, air compressor, air tanks, and air brakes. The chassis has high ground clearance and wind down stabilizing legs to match the tow vehicle for commonality in case of a puncture.
Local car engineers can service the units Interview with manufacturer
10+ years Interview with manufacturer
Manufacturer Specified Performance Parameters
To provide more than 100 units annually. Interview with manufacturer
Vetted Performance Status
The fitted equipment is CE marked. The product has also been through the manufacturer's testing procedure. Interview with manufacturer
Complementary Technical Systems
Medical equipment, vehicle, generator
Academic Research and References
Population Health Advisor, 2017, Mobile Health Clinics: Improving Access to Care for the Underserved
Hill, C. F., Powers, B. W., Jain. S. H., Bennet, J., Vavasis, A. and Oriol, N. E., 2014, Mobile Health Clinics in the Era of Reform, The American Journal of Managed Care, 20(3), pp. 261-264
Aranda-Jan, C.B., Mohutsiwa-Dibe, N. and Loukanova, S., 2014, Systematic Review on What Works, What Does Work and Why of Implementation of Mobile Health (mHealth) Projects in Africa, BMC Public Health, 14(188)
Evans, W. D., Abroms, L. C., Poropatich, R., Nielsen, P. E. and Wallace, J. L., 2012, Mobile Health Evaluation Methods: The Text4baby Case Study, Journal of Health Communication, 17(1), pp. 22-29
Ramirez, V., Johnson, E., Gonzalez, C., Ramirez, V., Rubino, B. and Rossetti, G., 2016, Assessing the Use of Mobile Health Technology by Patients: An Observational Study in Primary Care Clinics, JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 4(2)
Compliance with regulations