The diploma project concerns the design of a near net zero mobile medical unit for Ebola virus in West Africa. According to doctors working in countries such as Africa, where there are difficult conditions on hygiene and management of drinking water as well as the drainage system, such a unit in crisis situations, is essential. The reason is that it may prevent problems caused in a condition of a virus outbreak. For example, the existence of such a unit may isolate people who were infected by the virus. Moreover, the sewage system is autonomous, so there is no way that the network of a city would be affected. According to the history of the virus, the countries that were initially affected by the virus, are found in West and Central Africa. For the diploma project were chosen the countries of West Africa for the location planning, because these countries have weak health systems. The unit has been designed based on the conditions necessary to combat an outbreak of the Ebola virus. Nevertheless, the unit as designed is suitable for other viruses too. For the design of the unit was chosen to use a vehicle in combination with a scissor - deployable structure. Furthermore, a study was made to design the unit as near net. This would help considerably if it is needed to transfer the unit in areas that are cut off from a city network.