Wednesday, March 15, 2017

A Quicker & More Efficient Way To Reach The Clinic.

Having a 9-5 job can create a conflict in scheduling a doctor’s appointment. For one reason or another, there’s just no time to do anything. Well, AGI is changing the way we think about time, by creating a mobile health clinic that will help save you time from getting to the nearest doctor across the nation and around the world! By contacting a mobile health clinic, not only is there an easier access to doctors, but our clients are assuring everyone is able to get medical attention. 
From small to large clinics, or hospitals and even state health departments, our clients specialize in providing excellent health services to all communities. Ask your nearest mobile clinic about any programs they may have that will help you not only stay up to date with check-up, children’s immunizations, and so on, but also whether they offer affordable health care. 

One of our client’s mobile clinics, for example,
includes two exam rooms in order to provide quality and efficient clinical services. Plus, whether rain or shine, waiting outside is not an excuse, because there is an indoor reception/waiting room for you to relax and wait for the doctor. So there are no more excuses about the weather not allowing you to get to the clinic! For more information on our excellent services and specialty vehicle uses, go to our mobile clinic check out the rest of our website!

Friday, March 3, 2017

Nutrition Month: Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

As the year progresses, perhaps our New Year’s resolution is starting to slip through, or it’s been a while since we’ve visited the gym. Not to worry! March is Nutrition Month, which The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics states, “Focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.” Approximately 127 million adults in the United States are overweight, 60 million obese, and 9 million severely obese. Obesity is associated with more than 30 serious medical conditions, including heart disease and high blood pressure, as well as chronic health problems such as back pain and impaired sleep.

So what can you do to prevent these health risks from happening to you or your loved ones? Well, eating right not only makes you feel better, it also gives you the fuel you need to do a good day’s work and still have energy to enjoy personal time. Eating more fruits and vegetables (and less saturated fat) is associated with a reduced risk of stroke, cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, and certain cancers. Having at least 30 minutes of exercise every day will help keep your mind and body active, which is helpful in reducing diabetes. And of course, continue to visit your nearest medical clinic. Find out whether your clinic has a mobile clinic that you’d like to visit, or if you’re an employer, getting a mobile clinic to come to you is the perfect way to keep your employees healthy!

By staying informed and maintaining a healthy diet, you are reducing your chance of obesity and diabetes. During American Heart Month, we learned that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women. We can all reduce that number, starting with our nutrition. By eating our daily fruits and veggies, we’re making one step towards progess, and in the long run, and reducing percentages of diabetes and heart diseases! 

Friday, February 24, 2017

Southern Nevada Health District’s Mobile Immunization Clinic

With flu season among us,
ABC news has reported that more and more hospitals are running out of beds, due to the high amount of patients coming in for the flu. Across the United States, about 40 states are reporting higher amounts of flu activity. Dr. Michael Neely, Interim Chief of infectious diseases at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, “If you compare this time last year we’re seeing twice as many flu cases.  If it keeps going up at this rate and stays up then we will see a lot more cases this year.”

It’s therefore important, now more than ever to get to a clinic, hospital, or better yet, a mobile clinic. As stated earlier, with hospitals running low on beds, mobile clinics, and portable hospitals are the next location you want to visit. The Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), for example is doing their part in providing vaccinations to the Clark County community through a mobile immunization clinic, which is currently under construction by Aleph Group Inc (AGI). Although we’re in the middle of February, it is never too late to get a vaccination.

According to Richard Cichy, a nurse at SNHD, their main goal is to encourage vaccinations anytime and anywhere with the use of their mobile clinic. Although the vaccine takes roughly about two weeks to be fully effective, Cichy also provided some helpful tips for preventing family and friends from getting a cold, such as:
·         Wash your hands
·         Cover your cough (and not with your hands)
·         Stay at home if you need to (no seriously, studies have found that isolating yourself will help make you feel better!)

The mobile immunization clinic will contain three semi-private rooms to which patients will be tended to and given their vaccinations. While waiting, patients will have the opportunity to sit down and relax in front of a 47” LCD T.V. The mobile clinic will have restrooms for patients, and what mobile immunization is incomplete without a laboratory! For more information on or a custom quote for a mobile clinic, feel free to contact us.