|The OU-HCOM mobile health clinic, founded in
has played an important role in providing quality
medical care and health care services to residents
of southeast Ohio.
Each year, two 40-foot mobile clinics from OU-HCOM's
Community Health Program travel throughout
southeast Ohio, providing more than 170 clinics at
churches, community centers and schools.
|The mobile health clinic is used for the
- Free medical clinics for southeast Ohio
residents who have inadequate or no health
- Free breast cancer screening clinics.
- Free childhood immunization clinics.
- Free adult screening clinics for blood
pressure, glucose and cholesterol checks.
- Sports physical clinics.
- School bus driver physicals at local public
Our mobile health clinics serve
the following counties: Athens, Coshocton, Gallia, Hocking,
Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Perry,
Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton, and Washington
The mobile health clinics are staffed by
volunteer physicans, a
certified nurse practitioner, a registered nurse,
and an assistant coordinator. The clinics are also
often accompanied by an AmeriCorps volunteer or an