Unicef Syria Off Road mobile clinic

As a continuation of our off road range of vehicles this was a Ford Ranger 3.2 litre based version of our off road mobile clinic. Following the cessation of production of the Landrover Defender the Ranger was chosen to be converted for the purpose of towing our Venturer trailer in this project for UNICEF. We were proud to have been given the opportunity to build this combination to help the suffering children in Syria and hope that it will prove worthwhile.

The Ranger was a double cab pickup which we removed the tub from and built our own rear subframe and body complete with compressor, dual air tanks, lighting and air suzies for the trailer, and off road coupling enabling 30 degrees movement in every direction and 90 degrees left to right.

The trailer is a Neat Vehicles off road design with four basic rooms, the main clinic area, the waiting and reception area, toilet and washroom, and front storage area over the neck.

On board is a 5kva diesel generator, air conditioning and water unit all situated in the front store area with ducted air con throughout, sink in the clinic and washroom, its own on board diesel tank and mains power throughout, with LED lighting in the ceiling.

The clinic has a 3 section electrically adjustable examination couch with overhead LED examination light, sharps and waste units, pharmacy refrigerator, store cupboards and operators stools. The waiting area has two sprung loaded waiting seats, a reception desk and storage cupboards as well as access to the toilet.

Externally there are aluminium and stainless steel handrails, LED lights and a wind out awning to give cover for people waiting