Using funds from the Leon Lowenstein Foundation grant, PACHC is pleased to provide a Mobile Unit Sustainability Series. Join PACHC for part-one on Nov. 28 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm, led by Mollie Williams, Executive Director of the Family Van and Mobile Health Map at Harvard Medical School. Explore the important role mobile clinics play in improving access and outcomes for underserved communities. This event is a great opportunity for health centers currently utilizing or considering mobile healthcare to learn about best practices, share resources, and gain new insights about evaluating, improving, and sustaining mobile programs. Registration is available.
Join PACHC for part-two on Dec. 11 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm, led by Ed Smith Burns, Community Partnership Director and Robert Baumann, Team Lead, both from La Clinica Community Health Center in Oregon. La Clinica has learned much in their 11 years of Mobile Health services and continues to learn more every year. During this learning session, participants are invited to “live in their community” as La Clinica shares what they have learned through some of the biggest challenges their community has faced over the last few years. Areas of focus will include navigating each challenge with thoughtful intention; working with and within the community through meaningful partnerships; and evolving a team to be efficient, versatile, and have maximum impact on the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable populations in southern Oregon. Registration is available. Participants must register for each session separately.