Free mobile clinic serves uninsured and homeless people
on October 15, 2018
The Order of Malta of Northern California has started a mobile clinic to serve uninsured and homeless people. The bus has a patient room and equipment to provide basic check-up and examinations. This free clinic will serve people in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. The 36-foot mobile clinic made its debut at a monthly podiatry clinic that the Order of Malta and St. Vincent de Paul created for homeless and uninsured people in 2013. Click the video above to learn more about how it works.
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