Our vehicle owners are eager to help when disasters occur. Many of the mobile units are registered members of their county and state emergency management departments so they can spring into action as a storm hits.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
At the Emergency Distribution Center on Staten Island, a medical clinic on wheels is encouraging victims of the storm to stay healthy while they recover from the effects of Hurricane Sandy. This medical unit is staffed on board with two doctors and a nurse offering free medical care to any area residents. At LifeLine Mobile, Inc., vice president Richard Dinse says, “Our vehicle owners are eager to help when disasters occur. Many of the mobile units are registered members of their county and state emergency management departments so they can spring into action as a storm hits."
With some high-rise buildings still without heat or electricity, doctors serving mobile medical units in the area have asked Staten Island volunteers to help. By going door to door, volunteers can ask people stuck in their homes if they need medical attention.
Mobile medical units serve residents all over the United States in many ways. For physicians looking to treat patients in remote areas, medical units provide flexibility. Disabled residents or veterans with limited mobility can receive healthcare services in rural communities all year long with these valuable healthcare services on wheels.
LifeLine Mobile, the premier provider of mobile medical units, has created mobile healthcare units for hospitals, veteran’s centers, and other worldwide medical agencies. These units are custom designed to fit the needs of any medical, mobile dental, or bloodmobile program. Unlike other mobile units, LifeLine uses superior materials and craftsmanship to provide more work space and more indoor storage than other mobile unit manufacturers.
“With technology improving every day, hospitals are incorporating mobile medical units into their service areas to help them treat patients before problems become more serious, “ says Lee Guse, president of LifeLine Mobile in Columbus, Ohio. “It gets people started toward a more healthy life.”
With so many new advances in the healthcare industry, patients can access health care easier than ever before. Continuous improvements to technology and science mean that medical care for both providers and patients alike is easier to obtain than ever before. With the convenience of mobile medical units, everyone is able to benefit from this personalized way of providing care.
About Lifeline Mobile:
LifeLine Mobile has been a premier manufacturer of mobile medical units for over 25 years. LifeLine is committed to continuous product improvement, investments in new products, and continuous development. With leading-edge technologies that reduce fuel usage and carbon emissions, LifeLine is also devoted to environmental responsibility. In order to stay on top of scientific and technical knowledge, LifeLine addresses the challenges that businesses of all sizes encounter to ensure that they responsibly meet the needs of all businesses in the healthcare community.