The Mobile Outreach Clinic is a highly flexible means of delivering health care to the medically under-served in low income neighborhoods and rural areas in and around Alachua County. The Mobile Clinic itself is a large bus containing two exam rooms, a laboratory and a waiting area. It is currently staffed by a registered nurse who can screen, refer, and provide case management. The Mobile Outreach Clinic is in operation an average of four days per week (please consult our calendar on the home page for exact times and
dates). A brief overview of our program can be watched by clicking on the video below:
The following are a few of the Mobile Outreach Clinic’s many community partners and what they provide to the program:
University of Florida, College of Medicine: provides volunteer physicians and physician assistants, residents and medical students to the clinic on rotation.
Alachua County Health Department provides supplies for screening sexually-transmitted infections and follow-up with patients regarding care for their STI.
WE CARE is a community based specialist referral service for the uninsured of Alachua county.
Alachua County Board of County Commissioners approves some funding for the basic operations (gas, insurance, driver) of the clinic.
Alachua County Library District allows the Mobile Outreach Clinic to park and operate out of the parking lots of the branch libraries. Librarians are trained in Alachua County to help underserved individuals complete online applications for services.
Three Rivers Legal Services provides quality legal assistance to the poor, abused, disabled and elderly of North Florida and to empower and educate them through preventive legal education.