Mobile Health Unit in Arizona: Accessible and Affordable Healthcare for You

April 11, 2023

Access to affordable healthcare is a concern for many people in Arizona, particularly those living in rural or remote areas. The Primary Prevention Mobile Health Unit is a valuable resource for anyone looking for essential healthcare services at an affordable price.

Operated by the University of Arizona's College of Public Health, the Mobile Health Unit offers important services such as cancer screenings, physical exams, vaccinations, and health education.  The Mobile Health Unit helps improve the community's health by providing early detection and prevention education. Additional services offered include referrals to federally qualified health centers, flu vaccinations, youth programs, health insurance enrollment assistance, as well as services for HIV/Hep-C, tobacco, alcohol,  drug use, sexually transmitted infections, and mental health. The Mobile Health Unit's services are available to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. You can find the upcoming dates and locations for the Mobile Health Unit on the University of Arizona's College of Public Health website.

The Mobile Health Unit is committed to making healthcare accessible and affordable. We believe that access to healthcare is a fundamental human right, and we're proud to promote this valuable resource. Don't hesitate to take control of your health by visiting the Mobile Health Unit! Check out their website for more information about the Tucson and Phoenix Mobile Health Units, and the Mobile Outreach Vaccination and Education Unit.