Hudson Valley (N.Y.) Community Services (HVCS) ordered this Freightliner Sprinter 2500 to be customized into a Community Outreach Vehicle (COV) for use as a mobile health clinic. The exterior includes a pass-through window for medicine distribution to patients.
The van features a turbo charged diesel engine and a backup camera. Mobile Concepts added a roof-mounted 13,500 btu heat pump, controlled by a digital thermostat.
Rear swing-open doors provide access to not only the interior work area, but also to the custom compartment housing an Onan 6kw diesel generator. The installed bumper step allows for safe entrance and exit to the vehicle.
The interior features two work areas that can be separated by a pocket door to create two examination rooms. Each workstation has custom aluminum counters, custom storage cabinets and 110- and 12-volt receptacles.
Patient seats are also installed in each work area. These chairs provide medical professionals the ability to perform simple medical testing and administer shots and simple care. The commercial flooring is easily cleaned and disinfected.
Community Outreach Vehicles (COV), such as this one Mobile Concepts upfitted for Hudson Valley (N.Y.) Community Services (HVCS), offer versatile features, allowing the vehicle to serve as a Mobile Clinic or a public health education tool.
The Freightliner Sprinter’s modifications include interior seating and exam areas for doctors, nurses and patients, a room designed for blood testing, storage cabinets for medical supplies and surfaces that can easily be cleaned or disinfected.
HVCS utilizes the vehicle for wellness and prevention education for people of all ages and backgrounds living throughout the communities of the Hudson Valley.