LifeLine Mobile Announces the Release of Its Free Mobile Medical Unit Planning Guide

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LifeLine Mobile releases its new mobile medical planning guide and receives rave reviews from the healthcare community.

Lifeline brings you peace of mind.

As the world’s premier manufacturer of mobile dental and medical units, we’ve already done the research. We know why our units make sense, and our customers do, too.

LifeLine Mobile, the worldwide leader in manufacturing mobile medical units for medical, dental, and laboratory research clinics, announces a new, innovative planning guide designed to make planning and selecting a mobile medical unit easier than ever. This inventive guide is designed to save hospitals, universities, health departments, and other organizations hours of research when selecting the mobile medical unit right for their needs.

Richard Dinse, Vice President of LifeLine Mobile, addressed the need for a planning guide for customers.

“Our key goal when creating this planning guide was to save our customers time researching different types and manufacturers of mobile medical units,” claimed Dinse. "As the world’s premier manufacturer of mobile dental and medical units, we’ve already done the research. We know why our units make sense, and our customers do, too. Our comprehensive information is yours for the asking.”

Cindy Tanton, a Registered Nurse at the Southeast Cancer Center in Dothan, AL, had this to say about their mobile unit. "Our LifeLine Mobile unit is all that we were promised. Every person we dealt with from LifeLine Mobile was willing to explain the procedure and answer questions. Our mobile unit is beautiful; we're really proud of it!"

With this complete planning guide, medical professionals, universities, and healthcare facilities are able to better understand the considerations and factors before deciding on a mobile laboratory, medical, or dental unit. As both the manufacturer and distributor of these mobile units, LifeLine Mobile can work with clients to custom-craft a unit that fits their needs and provides the maximum available benefit. Innovative construction methods and air flow controls allow health care professionals to perform just like they would inside a brick-and-mortar facility.

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