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Mobile Clinic

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Even in today’s high technology health care environment, good basic primary health care is still a huge factor in improving national health markers and individual health. The need for primary care does not stop outside the clinics doors and is increasingly important in rural sub-Saharan Africa where infrastructure and service provision restrict access to a large portion of the population.

In order to meet the challenge in providing primary care interventions to these isolated populations the Ranger Production Company has developed the eRanger Mobile Immunisation Clinic Unit.

Design Considerations

The new design includes many new ideas and equipment, the new unit has been based on the successful and durable eRanger Ambulance platform.

The eRanger Immunisation/Clinic unit has been specifically designed for primary health care in rural areas with many features that benefit local medical staff and enhance their ability to carry out primary care clinics in remote rural locations.

The self-contained unit can transport two healthcare workers into the field and can be set up at a point of use in a few minutes. The unit is designed to reach areas that may be inaccessible to all but 4-wheel drive vehicles, but at a fraction of the cost.    



Each unit has a set of standard features shown below; we have also incorporated the ability to vary the loads thereby allowing the unit to perform varied primary care tasks including:


Sputum Collection 

White Blood Cell Monitoring      


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Drug distribution such as anti-retro viral

Post-natal checks

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Current Standard features and equipment:

Stainless-steel, wipe clean, work surfaces fold out to over 2m

An aneroid sphygmanometer.

Built in sink

Clean water storage, up to 20 litres

X3 Stainless steel bowl

An Otoscope

Sharps box for safe needle/syringe disposal

Needle cutter to ensure safety and stop needle reuse

Scales for babies, infants and adults

An Ophthalmoscope

Electrical power sockets (12v)

A duel head Stethoscope

A digital infra-red non-contact Thermometer

Two-fold up chairs

To ensure patient privacy and dignity during consultations, the whole unit is fitted within an easy to erect 3 metre sq canopy shelter

Lockable Drug Storage

Cargo space for additional equipment. Capability to carry medical supplies and medication suitable for a broad spectrum of clinical uses

Optional features and equipment:

A white blood cell monitor

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