The Mobile Health Clinic is a program to help meet the medical needs of people in the community. The program partnership between School Health Alliance for Forsyth County (SHA)* and Wake Forest Baptist Community Health Alliance (CHA), a service of Family and Community Medicine. Both programs provide medical, nursing, nutrition, mental health, and health education services to both adults and children in underserved communities. The CHA also provides screening for sexually transmitted infections in collaboration with the Forsyth County Health Department. 

The mobile clinic is a customized recreational vehicle that is wheelchair accessible and features two private exam rooms and a counseling room. Uninsured adults and children can receive a wide range of services, including preventative care, care for minor illnesses, care coordination, behavioral health, and management of chronic health conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and asthma. 

The mobile clinic team is comprised of a nurse practitioner, a behavioral health specialist, and a certified nursing assistant. Health education, nutrition coaching, no-cost lab services, and referrals to specialists will be provided, if needed.

Mobile Clinic Working Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Closed 8am - 2:30pm 
Cook Elementary***
8am - 2:30pm 
Parkland High School***
8am - 3pm 
Carver High School***
9am - Noon 
Center of Hope

3pm - 7pm
Iglesias Christiana Sin Frontera

3pm - 7pm
HOPE of Winston-Salem

3pm - 7pm
TBD

Closed Closed

*The School Health Alliance accepts most insurance. Also accepts uninsured via sliding scale. 
**The Community Health Alliance sees only uninsured patients. 
***School sites are for currently enrolled students of respective schools only.

In September 2019, Wake Forest Baptist Health will begin providing free health care to people who are uninsured, through our mobile health program named the Community Health Alliance. Our program’s goals are to partner with the community to utilize a mobile health program to increase access to preventive care services including immunizations, provide nutrition and food access support, care for chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes, help with access to medications and provide support for coordination of care in high needs communities. The mobile unit will travel to homeless shelters, churches, and easily accessible community locations to help people experiencing barriers such as insurance, transportation, and other factors.  

Services Provided

  • Acute disease management (colds, sore throat, flu)
  • Chronic disease management (hypertension, diabetes, asthma, COPD)
  • No cost lab services for common primary care labs
  • Prescriptions and Pharmacist support for medication access 
  • Physical assessments, including sports physicals and wellness exams
  • Well-child and sick child visits
  • Sexually transmitted infection screenings and treatment
  • Behavioral health and care coordination
  • Health education, specifically around nutrition, prevention, and chronic disease management
  • Referrals to primary and specialty care as appropriate 
  • Women’s Health—Referrals for Pap smears and Mammograms at low or no cost
  • Cardiovascular disease outreach screening and treatment
  • Referrals to dental clinics
  • Community Health Fairs
  • Food Prescriptions with FaithHealth Connector support for food access 
  • Eye and hearing screenings and exams

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