Wright County Public Health
Mobile Wellness Services
Wright County Public Health Services
1004 Commercial Dr, Human Service Center, Buffalo, MN, 55313
Distance: 1072 Miles
The Wellness On Wheels (WOW) Program promotes healthy living for individuals and families by providing teaching, guidance, support, screenings, and immunizations.
* Immunizations (Appointment Preferred)
* Car Seat Check (Appointment Required)
* Community Resources
* Dental Fluoride Treatment (Appointment Preferred)
* Radon Test Kit
* Well Testing Kit
* Blood Pressure
* Cholesterol (Appointment Preferred)
* Hemoglobin A1c
* Pregnancy Test
* Mantoux Test (Tuberculosis Screening)
* Lead (Appointment Required)
- Medicaid (Medical Assistance)
- Private pay
Call (763) 682-7516 for questions or to schedule an appointment.
(The van does not go out when the roads are in poor driving condition.)
The schedule for mobile visits is online
Some services may be free. Test kits may have a fee.
8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
|Toll Free||(800) 362-3667|
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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LF-4900.1000Blood Pressure Screening Definition
Programs that measure the pressure existing in the large arteries at the height of a pulse wave and identify individuals whose blood pressure is higher than normal, and who are thereby susceptible to strokes and other conditions that are related to hypertension.
LN-5000Mobile Health Care Definition
Programs that use specially equipped mobile vehicles to deliver basic health care services to vulnerable and/or remote populations that are unable to access a community health care facility. The mobile clinics make scheduled stops in different neighborhoods and offer a wide variety of services which may include general physical examinations, pediatric services, health screening, vision screening, flu shots, childhood immunizations, laboratory services, WIC certification, STD screening and treatment, family planning services, pregnancy testing and treatment for minor illnesses. Included are street medicine programs that use outreach workers to seek out and provide primary health care services for unsheltered homeless people living on the streets, under bridges, in abandoned buildings or wherever else they stay.
Programs that provide inoculations or other prophylactic measures to prevent susceptible individuals from contracting specific diseases for which means of control have been developed including immunizations recommended specifically for newborns and young children, booster shots to prevent the occurrence of childhood illnesses in adolescence and adulthood, inoculations recommended specifically for pregnant women and immunizations against illnesses such as shingles and pneumonia for older adults.