In recent years, with an increase in urbanisation, the need to provide patient medical care has changed. Treating patients whilst in transit has to be a comfortable experience for both health care practitioner as well as the patient. Therefore the equipment carried by the paramedic and the configuration of the ambulance has to be such as to provide high quality patient service and care.

Panel Van Ambulances

The panel van ambulance requires that no external body modifications are done. Vehicles are received standard with or without windows from OEM suppliers. Each vehicle is then fitted with furniture and external emergency lights as per customer requirements.

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Box Body Ambulances

A chassis cab is received from the customer. A body is then fabricated to the highest standards and is mounted to a 4x4 or 4x2 vehicle. This box body is constructed using a steel framework and insulated with polystyrene. The exterior is then clad with chromadek/fibreglass/textradek.

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Mobile Clinics

The mobile clinic conversion is designed to deliver a primary health care service to communities that do not necessarily have access to hospital or clinic facility.

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Mortuary Vans

Mortuary vans are designed for the collection and storage of bodies to and from the Mortuary Facilities. Mortuary vans are typically designed to accommodate 2-4 bodies.

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Rescue Conversions

Rescue conversions are typically completed on 4x2 and 4x4 vehicles. Rescue conversions are used to undertake rescue services in places where normal access to roads has been prohibited. Rescue conversions are typically designed around the equipment carried by the paramedics.

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