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Aug
10
2015
RCBH/San Luis Walk In Clinic, Inc. brings services to Yuma through its Mobil Medical Clinic with a Health Fair at the Crossroads Mission

According to Ms. Amanda Aguirre, President and CEO of the RCBH, this would be another opportunity to the Medical Staff of this non-profit organization based in the Yuma County to provide the service to the community where it’s needed the most

Yuma, Arizona – To assist more residents in the Yuma area, the Regional Center for Border Health, Inc./San Luis Walk-In Clinic, Inc. (RCBH/SLWIC) will have its new and equipped Mobile Medical Clinic for Primary Care services during the Crossroads Mission Health Fair, in Yuma.

The event will take place on Monday August 17th, 2015, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, on the parking lot of the Crossroads Mission located at 944 South Arizona Avenue, in Yuma.

The benefits of having free services like screenings, healthy lifestyle education and more will be available for the public trough the new Mobile Medical Clinic for Primary Care that is used by the non-profit organization to bring people the access of health preventive care near to their neighborhoods.

According to Ms. Amanda Aguirre, President and CEO of the RCBH, this would be another opportunity to the Medical Staff of this non-profit organization based in the Yuma County to provide the service to the community where it’s needed the most.

“We at the Regional Center for Border Health, Inc./San Luis Walk-In Clinic, Inc. are pleased to be able to offer our Mobile Medical services to the most vulnerable  families and their children in Yuma County in collaboration with a dedicated and committed staff from the Yuma County Crossroads Mission”, said Ms. Aguirre.

As was presented on June, this year, the new Mobile Clinic is fully equipped to cover the patient’s needs such as screenings, vaccinations, and has a private area for gynecological exams with its own restroom.

Mr. Russell McNair, Registered Nurse Practitioner with San Luis Walk-In Clinic, Inc. will perform services like preventive exams while a group of dedicated Family Care Coordinators will be offering orientation on AHCCCS, Marketplace enrollment, and SNAP. 

During the event the public will have water bottles, and for the kids there will be balloons so they can have fun while their health is taken in good care by the RCBH/San Luis Walk-in Clinic, Inc. professional staff.

Crossroads Mission is a faith-based organization dedicated to helping individuals who find themselves at a "crossroads" in their lives. To learn more about the Crossroads Mission please visit www.crossroadsmission.org.

For more information about the RCBH/SLIC please contact Mariajose Almazan, Executive Assistant to the President and CEO of the RCBH at (928) 627-9222 or via e-mail at mrincon@rcfbh.org


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