The Stormont Vail Health Mobile Clinic In Your Neighborhood brings us one step closer to being able to travel to different areas in the city that don’t have ready access to health care and provide primary care services.
About the Mobile Clinic
The ADA-accessible mobile clinic will run by appointments, but can take walk-ins as time allows. This 37-foot-long mobile clinic is able to offer anything a primary care office would provide. An Advanced practice Provider (APP), who is bilingual, will be dedicated to working at the clinic, along with a registered nurse and a driver/registration attendant.
Stormont Vail estimates that the APP will serve about 10 to 15 patients a day ranging from well child visits, annual physicals, chronic care follow-ups, lab work, diabetes check-ins, immunizations, and much more.
Services We Offer
Blood Pressure Check
Routine Lab Work
Immunizations (Including Flu Shots)
Care for On-Going Chronic Conditions
The first year of the clinic-on-wheels will bring much-needed health care to North Topeka, East Topeka and the Oakland neighborhood, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Thursdays, the Stormont Vail Mobile Clinic will travel to meet up with other partners in the Mobile Access Unit Partnership (MAP).
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