Columbus, OH (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
LifeLine Mobile, the leader in manufacturing mobile medical units for medical, dental, and laboratory research, announces a new planning guide designed to make selecting a mobile healthcare unit easier than ever. Designed to save hospitals, universities, health departments, and other organizations hours of research when selecting mobile medical units, LifeLine Mobile provides easy to understand information that businesses can customize to fit their unique needs.
Richard Dinse, Vice President of LifeLine Mobile, explained the thought process behind creating a planning guide for customers.
“Our goal when creating this planning guide was to save our customers time researching different types and manufacturers of mobile medical units,” said 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.”
Family Medical Centers, located in Kentucky, recently designed a mobile healthcare unit to serve residents of more than 10 counties. According to Karyn Guse, Vice President for LifeLine Mobile, “With their new mobile unit from LifeLine Mobile, it’s easier for Family Medical to conduct health screenings and other preventative care services for the residents in their southern and central Kentucky service area.”
With the release of this complete planning guide, customers of LifeLine Mobile can more easily understand the factors to consider before deciding on a mobile medical unit. As both the manufacturer and distributor of these units, LifeLine Mobile works with clients to create a customized unit that fits their unique needs. With innovative construction methods and extreme mobility, the medical units allow health care professionals to provide the ultimate in care, just like they would inside a typical brick-and-mortar facility.
About LifeLine Mobile:
Established in 1987, LifeLine Mobile is a premier manufacturer of mobile medical health care units. These innovative medial units are made with patient confidentiality, sanitation, and safety in mind. As a manufacturer, LifeLine is committed to continuous product improvement, significant annual investments in new products, on-going research, and continuous development.