GAZ Group has delivered 12 ambulances to medical institutions of Nizhny Novgorod region in the framework of the state program of purchases of medical vehicles for Russian mono towns. The vehicles are designated for 10 mono towns of Nizhny Novgorod region: Ardatov, Balakhna, Vyksa, Volodarsk, Gorodets, Knyaginino, Kulebaki, Navashino, Pavlovo, Pervomaisk. All the vehicles belong to class B ambulances. They are built on the base of Sobol 4x4 model.
Sobol 4x4 vehicle in standard configuration already has powerful off-road equipment: part-time all wheel drive, high ground clearance, step-down gearshift, rear axle locking differential, large suspension travel.
The vehicles are equipped with all necessary equipment for medical assistance and transportation of emergency patients. Each vehicle is equipped with a defibrillator, electrocardiograph with possibility of ECG registration, portable pulse oximeter, apparatus for controlled and assisted lung ventilation, express meter of glucose concentration in blood and with other medical equipment.
To ensure comfortable working conditions for medical staff, the vehicle is equipped with upholstered seat with three-point seat belts for accompanying persons, additional lights, sockets, battery, NVH system. The equipment is powered by a combined autonomous power source 220V/12V. The autonomous heater with increased capacity and additional thermal insulation can by far ensure meeting the requirements of the technical regulation on maintaining a comfortable temperature regime in the compartment. Upholstery of single-piece molded panels facilitates the work of its disinfection and sanitation.
Oleg Markov, Sales Director of the Gorky automobile plant:
- GAZ Group delivers medical vehicles to all regions of Russia. But of course, we, as one of the leading enterprises in Nizhny Novgorod, are particularly pleased and glad to deliver the vehicles that will run throughout our land. The AWD Sobols provide an optimal combination of cross-country capacities and comfort for patients and medicinal professionals. I am sure that they are perfectly suited to rendering uninterrupted services for medical emergency teams.