Mobile Medical Clinic

The Pasco State Attorney Mobile Medical Clinic is a medical office on wheels. The full-time staff includes a director, nurse practitioner and driver. The clinic often has community volunteers, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to assist. 

Pasco County residents can receive basic health care on the Mobile Clinic at no charge. Emergency services are not provided on the Unit. Our goal is to break down barriers between people and access to healthcare, treating all patients with dignity and respect.

Click here to see the Mobile Medical Schedule

How do I contact the Mobile Medical Clinic?

  • If you have questions, please call (727) 324-7823 or email us. 
  • Appointments are not necessary, walk-in’s are welcome. 

What does the mobile medical clinic offer? 

The Clinic travels to more than a dozen locations throughout Pasco County serving the homeless and residents who have no insurance. 

  • Employment physicals, with some exceptions 
  • School and Sports physicals 
  • Laboratory services, limited 
  • Pregnancy testing 
  • Hepatitis B vaccines see schedule (PDF)
  •  HIV/HEP C testing, see schedule (PDF) 
  • Some prescription assistance. No drugs are kept on board the unit.
  •  Treatment for brief illness. 
  • Strep throat and flu are examples. 
  • Treatment for long-term illnesses. High blood pressure and diabetes are examples.

Limited referrals are offered and can include:

  • Dental services
  • Mental Health and Substance abuse
  • Primary and Specialty care

How do I find out where the clinic will be?

The mobile medical clinic operates during the day, between 4-5 days a week. We take healthcare directly to the community by visiting locations such as soup kitchens, food pantries, community agencies and homeless outreach programs. Review the Pasco County Calendars below to learn where the unit is currently scheduled.

Click here to see the Mobile Medical Schedule