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Box mobile clinic WAS 900 Rollende Praxis

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box mobile clinic
box mobile clinic
box mobile clinic
box mobile clinic
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WAS 900 Mobile Medical Practice Mobile Medical Practice Ford Transit Box Body 3.5 T Primary medical care is and will remain on the agenda in all spheres and at all institutions in municipalities and districts. In this context, the Mobile Medical Practice is a suitable solution for many deployment locations. The use of the mobile practice is intended for medical professionals with different areas of expertise, for use at major events (instead of ambulances), but also for preventive medicine and medical aftercare, such as, for example, physiotherapy or, in rural areas, for community nurses. With a permissible total weight of 3.5 T, the Mobile Practice may be driven on a normal car driving licence. The variable use concept is, so far, unique, using a highly modular box body with TÜV crash-tested superstructures and extensions complying with the EN 1789 standard. The mobile practice has a modern, energy-saving LED-based lighting concept, with spotlights for doctors and trauma lighting, creating optimal examination conditions. An air heater and an air conditioning system ensure pleasant room temperatures throughout all four seasons. The box body, with very good insulation and thermal insulation values, facilitates high energy efficiency. Thanks to its modular outfitting concept, the mobile practice can be employed for a wide range of uses: from the initial care of refugees to a mobile Coronavirus test centre.

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