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Blankets & Brunch with the UF Mobile Outreach Clinic

Join us for brunch at Depot Park in support of our unhoused community members. The UF Mobile Outreach Clinic and the Street Medicine program will be hosting a donation drive to collect warm clothing and blankets for the unhoused community in Gainesville. Entry to the brunch requires a…

UF MOC receives $100k first prize at Florida Blue Foundation’s 2022 Sapphire Awards

On Wednesday, May 4th, the Florida Blue Foundation presented the Mobile Outreach Clinic with a first place grant at their 2022 Sapphire Awards ceremony. The Sapphire Awards are given to organizations, programs, and individuals for successes in decreasing health disparities and advancing health equity in their communities. The Mobile Outreach…

Mobile Outreach Clinic at 2022 UF College of Medicine Research Day

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 Wednesday, April 6th at the 2022 at UF College of Medicine Research Day, UF Mobile Outreach Clinic Lead Coordinators, Amy B. Tran, Juan Martin Arnoletti,…

UF MOC receives a $250,000 grant from DirectRelief to buy another mobile unit

The University of Florida Mobile Outreach Clinic is excited to announce that it has received a $250,000 grant from DirectRelief to buy another mobile unit. It will be used to reach more patients and provide reproductive health services in an accessible, timely and affordable manner within a trusted primary…

MOC Program Operations Manager Honored with Receipt of UF Superior Accomplishment Award

The Mobile Outreach Clinic is honored to announce that our Program Operations Manager, Sherice Stewart has been awarded the UF College of Medicine 2020-2021 Superior Accomplishment Award in Category 1 – Clerical/Office Support. The Superior Accomplishment Award recognizes members of UF who have demonstrated commitment, innovation, and creativity as well…

We provide healthcare at no charge, but not at no cost.

We provide healthcare at no charge, but not at no cost. MOC patients spend time and resources getting to and from the clinic. Our doctors and nurses spend time listening beyond symptoms to understand the cause of their patient’s conditions. Care Coordinators spend time linking patients to community resources. MOC’s…

COVID-19 Update

At this time, MOC will remain open in light of COVID-19. However, with the concern of our patients and staff, please stay home in isolation if you are experiencing any symptoms (including cough, sneeze, shortness of breath, runny nose, or fever). Additionally, please call us at (352)…

New Year, New MOC Locations and Times!

Happy 2021! Check out MOC’s added locations and times below! Monday Telehealth   Tuesday Hours: 9 am – 12 pm and 1 – 4 pm Location: Former Highlands Presbyterian Church 1001 NE 16th Ave Gainesville, FL 32601   Wednesday Hours: 9 am – 12 pm and…

MOC Staff and Students Recently Published

Mobile Outreach Clinic Nurse Michelle Nall and Care Coordinators Taylor Hopper and Bhuvna Mahajan were among those published in Project MUSE’s Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved this month. Their article, Community Women and Reproductive Autonomy: Building an Infrastructure for Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Services in a…

BestYou Shines at PCI Conference

On Friday, March 8th, medical director Dr. Grant Harrell and Social Services Coordinator Liz Leja presented at the annual Primary Care Innovations Conference in Gainesville, Florida. The conference was held in the Harrell Medical Education building on the UF campus and brought together over 100 health professionals to discuss ways…