Help name Washtenaw County Health Department’s new mobile clinic

WASHTENAW COUNTY, me. The Washtenaw County Health Department can now bring its health services to the streets of Washtenaw County with a new clinical RV.

Equipped with a complete examination room, a chair for taking blood and a wheelchair-accessible entrance, the employees of the Ministry of Health can offer community members throughout the county COVID-19 vaccinations.

“Our clinical team is working on developing staffing and implementation plans for the gradual introduction of additional services as quickly as possible. For the time being, we expect to start gradually introducing other clinical services from July. ” WCHD publication said.

The mobile clinic can provide services including other vaccinations, sexual health services (HIV / STI testing), and lead testing.

Read: Here is a list of Washtenaw Department of Health’s COVID-19 vaccination clinics operating in June


The health department is currently looking for help naming the new mobile home. Community members can submit names online Here.

Selected entries will win t-shirts and other prizes, WCHD said.

Announcements about the location and services of the motorhome will be posted on the Ministry of Health’s website COVID-19 vaccine main page and through flyers.

Read: Washtenaw County, given the widespread availability of vaccines, is reducing efforts to provide mass vaccination in an emergency

Community members who would like the mobile clinic to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to their location or event should complete the following: Inquiry form here.


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