About the Wayne Health Mobile Unit
The Wayne Health Mobile Units represent the future of healthcare, providing ‘care your way, where you live and work,’ with the long-term goal of improving population health outcomes. Our mobile units deliver an ever-expanding menu of health services directly to your neighborhood or place of employment. We are here to help you and we will be there every step of the way.
The Wayne Health Mobile Units are staffed by registered nurses, medical/research assistants, community health workers, patient & family health advocates, and overseen by physicians from the Center of Population Health and Accountability at Wayne Health. Our team offers a variety of free health screenings and services to our patients.
In addition to events hosted by our community partners, the Wayne Health Mobile Unit is bringing medical services right to your door. Our door-to-door teams are canvassing neighborhoods throughout Detroit offering health screenings for blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and kidney function, COVID-19 vaccines, and COVID-19 testing. We also provide linkage to care in partnership with Detroit Parent Network (DPN), as well as access to Mental Health resources through our partnership with Detroit Wayne Integrated Health (DWIHN). To see if we’ll be in your neighborhood, view our event calendar.
Partner with Wayne Health
Wayne Health is partnering with churches, community centers, schools, nonprofits, workplaces and similar organizations interested in providing care to their community..If you are interested in partnering with Wayne Health to set up a mobile testing site in your community, submit your request here. You can also contact us at MobileHealthUnit@med.wayne.edu or call 313-448-9850.
- COVID-19 vaccine (subject to availability)
- Pfizer: FDA Approved for 12+ years old
- Moderna: 18+ years old
- Johnson & Johnson: 18+ years old
- COVID-19 PCR testing
- 3+ years old
- Primary care physician referrals
- Referrals to specialists
- Blood work screening (diabetes, cholesterol, kidney function)
- 18+ years old
- Blood pressure screening
- Behavioral health resources
- Childhood wellness exams
- HIV screening
- 13+ years old
- Vital signs
- Patient education and assistance to resources (food, utilities, insurance and more)
- Flu Shots (available fall 2021)
Thank you to Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, ACCESS, Ford Motor Company, Detroit Parent Network, Steven Soderbergh, the CORE Foundation, United Way, Ralph Wilson, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and the Cielo Foundation for their invaluable support.