Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. Reveals Mobile Care Clinic

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The first medical mission is scheduled for Sunday August 7 at 10 a.m. at the Chalan Pago baseball field. Rodriguez says that not government funds were used to purchase and outfit the mobile care clinic.

Guam – Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. is taking healthcare on the go by launching the mobil care clinic.

 

The ‘clinic on wheels’ was launched yesterday to promote the lawmakers vision to get Guam healthy. So how does a mobile clinic help get Guam healthy? Rodriguez says that the mobile clinic will go on medical missions throughout the island. According to Rodriguez the medical missions will consist of village outreach services such as immunizations, physical examinations, dental care, mental health consultations and more. According to Rodriguez, these services will be free of charge and priority will be given to those without health insurance. The first medical mission is scheduled for Sunday August 7 at 10 a.m. at the Chalan Pago baseball field. Rodriguez says that not government funds were used to purchase and outfit the mobile care clinic.