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UC Davis Health Nurse-Led Mobile Clinic

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$6,100
122%
Raised toward our $5,000 Goal
42 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on October 31, at 11:59 PM PDT
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Support the Mobile Health Clinic

Nurse-led care goes mobile.

A new program at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis brings care to underserved populations while educating students on how to provide holistic care for vulnerable populations. Deb Bakerjian, associate dean for practice, leads the new Integrative Nurse-Led Mobile Clinic.

The clinic on wheels is designed to provide high quality, evidence-based health care to those living in urban and rural communities and lack access to care. The mobile aspect of care is people moving to where patients are. The focus is people who are unhoused, are refugees, are from low socioeconomic circumstances or are unaccompanied children. Our services will cover local shelters and camps for unhoused individuals and will be teaming up with veterinary, literacy, and housing programs

The project is staffed by the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing faculty. The mobile clinic also offers opportunities for the school’s registered nurse, family nurse practitioner, psych mental health nurse practitioner and physician assistant students to experience caring for those who need it most.

The overarching goal is to improve health outcomes and health equity for these underrepresented populations. It leverages the experience of UC Davis Health faculty and the School of Nursing’s partnerships with the Sacramento County Public Health Center.

Support our nurse-led mobile clinic because everyone deserves equitable health care.

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$25

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Helps provide personal sanitation kits for 5 unhoused people.

$50

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Provides additional shelter from weather conditions for waiting patients.

$100

Contribute

Supplies gas for the mobile clinic day.

$200

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Buys a refrigerator for proper vaccine storage.

$500

Difference Maker

Keeps the clinic filled with necessary supplies for one day. Supplies needed: alcohol-based hand sanitizer, hand soap, cleaning supplies, PPE, masks, thermometers, tissues, adhesive bandages or tape/cotton balls, vaccines and diluents, prep pads, sterile alcohol wipes, syringes, needles, sharps containers, emergency medical kit with epinephrine, first aid kit, disposable table covers, tablets, printers, 2D barcode readers, Internet access or hotspots, outlet strips (multi-plug) and extension cords, office supplies (including pens, printer paper, etc.), wastebaskets, table and two chairs per vaccination station.

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