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Medical Trailers for the Export Market

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by Loren Bonner, DOTmed News Online Editor

Bob Bachman, president of Advanced Mobility Specialty Vehicles, was one of the founders of AK Specialty, a mobile trailer company that started in 1991 and was later sold to Oshkosh in 2006.

Following a short semi-retirement, Bob started Advanced Mobility to meet what he saw as a growing demand for refurbished and upgraded medical trailers. While Advanced Mobility has always had an international reach, Bachman said more than ever, there is an opportunity to export anywhere in the world: "We anticipate that going forward, it doesn't make sense to build only for the U.S. market or only for the export market -- there is so much crossover."

For the first time this year, the company is exhibiting at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR), coming up March 6-10 in Vienna, Austria.

DOTmed News spoke with Bachman to talk about the medical mobile business.


Mobile medical services allow for seamless business

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by Nancy Ryerson, DOTmed Business News

But making the right move takes planning

Mobile medical trailers make life easier. They provide service when a hospital is replacing equipment, give facilities a chance to test out a new modality before making a purchase and help out rural hospitals that lack the capital for a permanent set-up.


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Philips Medical Systems B.V. Certifies Advanced Mobility

Philips MRI Certificate-Advanced-MobilityIn December of 2012, Philips Medical Systems B.V. presented Bob Bachman and Larry Sodomire with a certificate declaring that Advanced Mobility is certified to integrate Ingenia 1.5T MR Scanners into mobile trailers.

Mobile MRI Set to Roll For Vancouver Island Patients

VANCOUVER ISLAND – Mobile Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) service is about to roll between Duncan, Port Alberni, the Comox Valley and Campbell River giving patients in these and surrounding communities improved access to MRI scans. “This is a wonderful day for patients and their families,” said Comox Valley MLA Don McRae. “Our government is committed to improving patient access to MRI scans by investing in state-of-the-art technology such as mobile MRI.”


Vendors Selected for Mobile MRI Equipment and Trailer

VANCOUVER ISLAND – Mobile Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) service for patients in Campbell River, the Comox Valley, Port Alberni and Duncan is getting closer with the selection of Philips Healthcare to provide the MRI system and Advanced Mobility Specialty Vehicles to provide the trailer that will transport the equipment between these Vancouver Island communities.


Advanced Mobility Rolls Out Reliable Refurbished Trucks

The Sports Video Group is pleased to welcome Advanced Mobility Specialty Vehicles as a mobile/integrator sponsor. The company designs and builds high-quality, innovative mobile equipment trailers for the healthcare, television-broadcast, and banking industries and for special events and sports events around the world.


Medical Trailers Still on the Go

Recently, I wrote about the changes at Oshkosh and its decision to stop taking orders for medical trailers. One of our users reminded me that Advanced Mobility is still very active in that space and suggested I reach out to Bob Bachman, CEO of Advanced Mobility to get his take.


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