Individuals in need of some basic medical care will have an opportunity to visit a free mobile clinic when it comes to Turlock on Thursday.
The mobile clinic will be at United Samaritans Foundation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday. They will be offering basic primary care, health education, wellness checks, and flu vaccinations to residents living within Legacy Health Endowment’s service area in Stanislaus and Merced counties. To receive service individuals must live in one of the following 19 zip codes: 95301, 95303, 95307, 95313, 95315, 95316, 95322, 95324, 95326, 95328, 95334, 95358, 95360, 95363, 95374, 95380, 95381, 95382, 95388.
No appointment is needed. Children must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
The mobile clinic is supported by the Castle Family Health Centers and UCSF - Fresno Medical Residency Program. It is funded by the Legacy Health Endowment, which was founded with the mission of increasing healthcare services and education to those residents in their jurisdiction.
USF is located at 220 S. Broadway in Turlock.