Medical Vans and Health Service Vehicles
Accessible Vans and Mobile Medical Clinics designed for Community Health, Medical Transportation, and Mobile Medical Programs

Each community faces different challenges, including health service delivery and medical transportation. We work with remote communities to enhance access to healthcare and medical services through mobile medical vans. Many urban centres are moving towards a mobile health care delivery model that enables medical personnel to provide their services on-site, making them more accessible to those facing transportation and mobility barriers.

Reducing Health Disparities

Remote communities and vulnerable populations who face health disparities often lack access to basic healthcare. Non-emergency transportation with medical vehicles helps close the gap.

Non-Urgent Medical Needs

Having the ability to provide non-emergency stretcher patient transportation without calling on EMS services from where they are more urgently needed ensures a better use of resources.

Health & Wellness Programs

By offering on-site programs, organizations can reach more clients who are otherwise unable to access their clinics or classes.

Recommended Models

From innovative, mobile medical vans and full size stretcher transport vehicles to compact, accessible minivans, there are options to suit every health service application.

Mobile Medical Clinic

The Mobile Medical Clinic built on the Ford Transit is available in different layouts to suit your community’s needs. Whether you need to provide door-to-door doctor appointments, on-demand mental health and counselling, or mobile vaccination capabilities, the Mobile Medical van enables you to deliver health care where and when it’s needed.

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Ford Transit

The Ford Transit with AutoFloor offers maximum flexibility and passenger capacity in a full size van. Configurable with rear lift or rear ramp, the Ford Transit accessible vehicles are designed to transport wheelchairs, mobility devices, stretchers, and ambulatory passengers.

Available in All Wheel Drive, the Ford Transit is well suited for Non-Emergency Patient Transport between rural and urban centres.

Ram Promaster

MoveMobility’s Ram Promaster accessible vehicles are used in a diverse range of applications that require flexibility for wheelchair and ambulatory transportation. The Ram Promaster with AutoFloor is configurable with rear lift, rear ramp, and the exclusive P Series conversion.

Dodge Grand Caravan

Available with rear entry and side entry conversions, the Dodge Grand Caravan has proved to be the most popular accessible minivan in Canada. Thanks to its efficiency, flexibility, and affordability, fleets rely on this compact accessible van.

The Dodge Grand Caravan will be replaced in coming months with an updated model. Watch this space for developments on mobility conversions.

Flexibility with AutoFloor

The AutoFloor track system gives you complete control over seat and wheelchair configurations for your vehicle.

  • Wipe-clean transit grade seats
  • Lightweight and removable on wheels for easy moving
  • Operators can easily wheel seats in or out of the vehicle using ramp or lift
  • Transport a combination of ambulatory, wheelchair, and stretcher passengers
  • Maximum flexibility and efficiency on every ride
  • Customize seating layouts to suit each passenger’s needs

Exceeding Safety Standards

At MoveMobility, we are pleased to hold numerous industry certifications that ensure safety and quality standards are exceeded with every vehicle conversion. All vehicle modifications are approved by Transport Canada and uphold the National Safety Mark.

Available Funding and Incentives

Various levels of government may offer funding and incentives for organizations and communities to provide accessible transportation and medical services to the populations they serve.

Read about the Government of Canada’s Green and Inclusive Community Buildings Initiative that includes eligibility for Mobile Health Clinics.

*For informational purposes only.

There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution with accessible vans for medical transportation and health service delivery. Get in touch today for a no-obligation needs analysis to find out what type of medical vans are right for your organization.

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