Legacy designs and builds mobile medical clinics, mobile oncology treatment units and other mobile medical screening, exam and treatment units in a variety of trailer styles, ranging in size from 30' to 53' nonexpandable and expandable units.

Legacy mobile medical vehicles have been designed and built for companies around the country seeking to deliver medical examinations, screenings and care to their employees in remote or difficult to reach areas - "taking the doctor to the people." More and more, these vehicles are helping healthcare providers offer services to corporate subscribers, offering the opportunity for employees to schedule appointments and screenings with health professionals right outside their offices – helping make care very accessible.

Our mobile medical units are designed to have a welcoming and professional "feel" to ensure patients are comfortable. A wide range of services are offered, and the vehicles include fully equipped exam rooms, laboratories, restrooms and waiting areas. All have an ADA wheelchair lift. Some unit styles include telemedicine capabilities.

Legacy built Project HOPE's first mobile screening unit in the United States to provide health screening and education for people in more remote areas of New Mexico.

Mobile medical vehicles, whether sponsored by healthcare providers, insurers, treatment system manufacturers, hospitals, clinics or corporations, are extremely effective self contained, accessible units for delivering health care to more people. Units are custom designed with your goals in mind, and they also offer impactful branding opportunities.

Legacy's mobile exhibits team offers design and fabrication services for its custom trailers, mobile event trailers, as well as logistics and operation services.

Legacy designed and built the first mobile oncology treatment centers featuring state-of-the-art oncology treatment products by leading manufacturers. These units, which include shielding components, are used at a hospital or clinic while a new treatment center is being constructed; they are also transported to various clinics in a provider treatment network. Mobile oncology units allow continuing care for patients while an older treatment product is being replaced by a newer one, while a facility is being updated or newly built, or as a short-term or even, in some cases, a long-term treatment solution.

In 2011, Legacy launched its Quantum series of delivered modular medical facilities. These are pre-engineered solutions that help allow patient treatment facilities to be up and running more than 50% faster than traditional treatment room construction.

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