Mobile Clinics

Mobile ClinicPeople living in or near a  community served by one of Manitoba’s Mobile Clinics can use the clinic as their ‘home clinic’- the place where they receive most of their health care, or just access it for some of their every day health care needs.

Mobile Clinics are visiting communities in:

Prairie Mountain Health:
The Prairie Mountain Health Mobile Clinic services the communities of San Clara, Binscarth, Birdtail Sioux, Tootinaowaziibeeng and Keeseekoowenin Ojibway First Nations. The route will soon be expanded to visit more communities. To find out more about this Mobile Clinic, the community visit schedule or to book an appointment, visit the website at: www.prairiemountainhealth.ca.

Southern Health- Santé Sud:
To find out more about this Mobile Clinic, the community visit schedule or to book an appointment, visit the website at: www.southernhealth.ca.

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority:
To find out more about this Mobile Clinic, the community visit schedule or to book an appointment, visit the website at: www.ierha.ca/default.aspx?cid=12076&lang=1.

What is a Mobile Clinic?

Mobile Clinics are buses specifically designed to be primary care clinics. Staffed by nurse practitioners and registered nurses, they provide on the spot primary care for people living in some of Manitoba’s smaller, underserviced communities. The clinics on wheels provide the full range of primary care services, such as physical exams, diagnostic tests, immunizations, referrals, and well baby care.

Nurse practitioners can order medications and diagnostic tests, refer patients to specialists when needed and perform minor procedures. Registered nurses can assess your health status, manage many health care issues, and work with you to manage your health or medical conditions.

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Links:

Primary Health Care Branch
1090-300 Carlton Street
Tel:  204-788-6732
Fax: 204-943-5305
Email:  phc@gov.mb.ca