Overhead cabinet sizes and shelves can vary. Doors can hinge down or up with. -Drs Waltmans
“We spent quite some time researching our MobileVet. After some discussions with several companies that specialize in mobile veterinarian conversions, we chose Sportsmobile. Reasons? They were very willing to listen to our ideas and build it to meet all of our requirements at a competitive cost. A lot of thought and work went into our plan with some help from Sportsmobile. After three months of use we would only change several minor items.”
— Drs. Brad and Jamie Waltman
Here’s some additional information written by Drs. Brad and Jamie Waltman.
“In the clinic, we have most of the features of a normal veterinary hospital arranged into a much smaller space. The rear area of the clinic is equipped with stainless steel cages for transportation of animals. One of these cages was designed with a clear airtight door to be used for animals needing oxygen therapy. A fully stocked diagnostic lab also resides in the rear of the vehicle complete with bloodwork machines, Doppler blood pressure, ECG, pulse oximetry, microscope, etc.
“The center area is our examination/treatment area. An exam table with running water, exam lights, refrigerator, scale, and isofluorane anesthesia machine has been installed. The area directly behind the cab consists of a fully stocked pharmacy and doctor’s work area. The cab is separated from the work area by a partition door. Temperature control is maintained by a roof mounted air-conditioning and heating unit. In order to operate the A/C unit as well as the diagnostic lab and other equipment, a 6,000-watt generator has been installed. A backup power system is also in place to ensure electricity will always be available. For more information please see our website stlouismobilevet.com.”
PAAC (Prevention – Outreach – Wellness – Education – Reduce Overpopulation) is a vibrant organization that is constantly learning how to better respond to the huge issue of pet overpopulation. The staff and volunteers are passionate about saving animals and illuminating the need for Animal Control to never have to euthanize healthy, adoptable pets. PAAC …Read More about PAAC Power Clinic
The long body Sprinter with a high roof, makes an ideal platform for mobile clinics. The eye catching body wrap was contributed by a PAAC fan.
This ’06 RB Sprinter was converted for Dr. Ann Jones of Raleigh, NC, to her design and specifications. The systems include a 3.0KW diesel generator, 12V and 30 amp 110V systems, auxiliary batteries, fresh and grey water, 13,000 BTU roof A/C and two attic fans. This is Dr. Jones' second Sportsmobile.