This Freightliner Sprinter 2500 was upfitted by Mobile Concepts for Altoona, PA’s James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center. This Command vehicle features a turbocharged diesel engine and a backup camera. The interior features a three workstations.
This cargo area is accessed via rear swing-open doors and contains storage for medical supplies necessary to care for patients being visited or to assist and support emergency personnel in extreme situations, such as natural or man-made disasters.
The work area features three stations, each with 110- and 12-volt receptacles and CAT6 wiring. Custom overhead cabinets offer ample storage, and a commercial-grade PVC floor provides easy cleaning.
This Sprinter-Command-3WS was designed by Mobile Concepts for the James E. Van Zandt Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center in Altoona, Pa.
A Freightliner Sprinter 2500 received upgrades and was upfitted for the VA center to use as an Emergency Operations Command (EOC) and as a Community Outreach Vehicle (COV).
The vehicle is dispatched to assist with national, regional and local disasters, and offers an on-site communications and meeting area.
When used for outreach events, the Command tows a matching trailer to administer medical advice to current and new patients that are unable to reach the medical center on their own.