>> For appointments and more information, call (800) 844-2654
or (740) 593-2432.

>> Check our calendar for program dates, times and locations.

 
The OU-HCOM mobile health clinic, founded in 1994, 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 following:
  • Free medical clinics for southeast Ohio residents who have inadequate or no health insurance.
  • 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 school systems.

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 OU-HCOM student.


 

(800) 844-2654 or (740) 593-2432

 








 
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