MOC Philosophy

The UF Mobile Outreach Clinic believes that an immersive transformative educational experience is paramount to addressing barriers to desired health outcomes. We collaborate with patients, students and community organizations to create long-term, cost effective, and sustainable solutions .

Education MOC provides educational experiences for students, residents and patients. We work to improve the health outcomes of those negatively impacted by adverse social determinants of health.

Find Out More

Innovation MOC creatively finds solutions to complex issues such as increase in patient compliance, providing care in a low resource environment and creating high functioning interprofessional teams.

Find Out More

Community MOC has an extensive community that includes collaboration with UF, UF Health, neighborhoods and social service organizations who desire to make the areas where we live, learn, work, and play great for all of us.

Find Out More


Featured Posts

MOC is Back!

The Mobile Outreach Clinic bus is back up and running. To schedule an appointment, please visit our patients tab.


Weekly Schedules

MOC bus hours and locations vary from day to day. You can find our weekly schedule and monthly calendar below.

Group of MOC team members in front of bus

Current Initiatives

We are constantly looking to improve. You can find our current initiative for our patients and our community below.

Kelly Likos

Upcoming Events

Here you can find any upcoming social or patient events hosted by MOC.



UF MOC receives $100k first prize at Florida Blue…

On Wednesday, May 4th, the Florida Blue Foundation presented the Mobile Outreach Clinic with a first place grant at their 2022 Sapphire Awards…

Dr. Harrell holding a blue trophy with a representative from Florida Blue Foundation

Mobile Outreach Clinic at 2022 UF College of…

MOC volunteers present two posters on Wednesday, April 6th at the 2022 UF College of Medicine Research Day at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center. On…

MOC Research Day

Calling Care Coordinators!

Are you an undergraduate (or former student in a gap year) or graduate student who is interested in helping to tackle health disparities in Alachua…

Feature Photo (2)