What is Mobile
Mobile Health Map is a network of mobile clinics working together to advance health equity. By uniting local resources with national best practices, we innovate, evaluate, and communicate our impact.
Why Mobile Health?
There are an estimated 2,000 mobile clinics in the U.S. with 7 million visits each year. By making health care accessible for both rural and urban communities, mobile clinics ensure that everyone has access to lifesaving preventive, primary care, and specialty services. As trusted providers of quality health care, mobile clinics reach marginalized communities and advance health equity.
We envision a future in which all communities have access to community-centered, trusted, equitable health care.
To measure, maximize, and communicate how mobile clinics improve health, save money, and advance equity.
Collaborate with researchers and frontline mobile clinic staff to evaluate, learn, and improve the work of mobile clinics.
Provide mobile clinic leaders with the tools and resources to measure and communicate their impact.
Share information with healthcare leaders, funders, and policymakers about the unique ways mobile clinics build trust, increase access, and improve health outcomes.