University of Washington
2017 Mercedes Sprinter 144″
Freedom Vans completed an industrial conversion for the University of Washington through a grant award. ‘The Health Sciences Mobile Health and Outreach Van is a pilot program that works to address critical gaps in health access, and partners with local organizations such as University District Street Medicine, Georgetown Tiny House Village, and others to provide basic preventive health and street medicine services for people experiencing homelessness, housing insecurity and other barriers to accessing healthcare.’ (https://collaborate.uw.edu/student-portal/ipsl-community-engagement/)
- 400 watt solar panel
- 10 interior ceiling puck lights with dimmable switches
- Fuse block for all dc electrical with connection to Goal Zero Battery
- Snugger diesel heater mounted under passenger seat
- Stainless steel sink with stainless steel pull down faucet
- 5 gallon fresh water jug with water pump
- Passenger side bench seat and driver’s side shelving unit
- Wood rectangle tables with Lagun mounts
- 1/4″ wood wall panels
- Driver’s side kitchen galley and overhead shelf
- Removable partition wall behind driver and passenger front seats
- Coin grip rubber floor
- Flip down bucket seat with 3 point seat belt system mounted behind driver’s side front seat
- Driver and Passenger 6″ fixed running boards
- Passenger seat swivel base
- Exterior grade lights mounted to rear doors and interior of sliding door to illuminate outer door areas
- Labor to mount awnings to roof rails
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