2019 was all about making moves for La Boit clients. A move to start a new mobile practice, a move to make an impact in the opioid crisis, or a move to launch a new mobile training initiative. For many La Boit clients, the day they take delivery of their mobile clinic is their first…

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“Medical Education in Motion! St. Luke’s recently added a new 34’ truck to its fleet. It’s VIP passenger? A human simulator that can breathe, sweat, cry and bleed.” That’s what St. Luke’s Hospital Network wrote on their Facebook page last week after it took delivery of their new simulation truck, a custom La Boit-built medical…

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Kentucky Public Health Mobile Medical Clinic

Linwood Strenecky is the Mobile Harm Reduction Program Coordinator for the Kentucky Department for Public Health. The Department recently took delivery of a 26ft La Boit-built Mobile Medical and Educational Clinic. You may have seen this truck last March at NatCon19, the National Council for Behavioral Health’s annual conference. There, Strenecky met up with Medical…

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Since 1985, Birmingham AIDS Outreach (BAO) has been providing free services to HIV-positive individuals throughout the Birmingham, Alabama area. As the first organization of its type in the entire state of Alabama, BAO was formed as a small grassroots non-profit in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS among the population of Birmingham. Since then, the…

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mobile veterinary trailer with truck

We recently completed a mobile veterinary trailer for a client in Indiana. We’ll be spotlighting that client in another blog. For now, we’d like to focus specifically on the trailer itself. This is the first time in many years that La Boit Specialty Vehicles has built a mobile medical or veterinary trailer from the chassis…

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2017 was La Boit’s 35th year in business, and let me tell ya, it was a great one! We continued to deliver what some of our customers have affectionately referred to as the “Cadillacs of Specialty Vehicles.” And of course, we did it with the best customer service in the business. A big part of…

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Many types of La Boit Specialty Vehicles are built using grant funds, with the most frequent types being Mobile Spay/Neuter/Adoption Clinics, Mobile Medical Clinics, and Mobile Command Centers. Grant dollars for medical and command vehicles most often come from the federal or state government, in which the mobile unit will serve a specific public interest…

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