Rotary Mobile Medical Clinic unveiled at Moon Tunes in La Crosse

LA CROSSE (WKBT) — St. Clare Health Mission is expanding its services, but in an unexpected way.

The Rotary Mobile Medical Clinic was officially revealed today at Moon Tunes.

The vehicle was funded by the Rotary Club and will be owned and operated by St. Clare Health Mission.

Marissa Dickinson, a rotarian on the Rotary Mobile Medical Clinic Committee says the clinic will meet an urgent need in the Coulee Region.

“There’s a lot of people in our community that don’t have health insurance or are just under-insured or can’t afford it, so this will fulfill that need,” said Dickinson.

The mobile clinic will provide its services to the unhoused population in La Crosse, farmers in rural communities and to schools in Monroe and Trempealeau counties.

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