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TOGETHER, LET'S PROTECT THE HEALTH OF EVERYONE

Today, more than ever before, the role of Doctors of the World is to provide care and advocate for people who face barriers accessing the health system, regardless of the reasons. The COVID-19 pandemic spares no one, and we are not all equal in the face of this health crisis.

Our team quickly adapted our services to help our most marginalized community members and those in vulnerable situations, ensure they had access to health care and provide information about the prevention measures put in place to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

By working in partnership with community organizations, Doctors of the World continue to offer front-line outreach services and play our part to help reduce the spread of the virus in Victoria.

 

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MOBILE HEALTH CLINIC IN VICTORIA | OUTREACH NURSES

Mobile Health Clinic Schedule

Our nurses continue to reach out to people where they are: providing essential supplies,  wellness checks, and sharing important health information and resources with our most marginalized community members while adhering to the public health directives (including maintaining two metres physical distancing).

Nurses provide mobile outreach on foot to areas of high need in Victoria to:

  • distribute handwashing kits and hygiene supplies
  • offer basic wound care materials
  • provide harm reduction supplies, naloxone kits and more…

 

Our Nurse Program Coordinator partners with local organizations and outreach workers to continue to support and serve our most marginalized and vulnerable community members during these dual health crises. She continues to be available to our community partners – the organizations where the Mobile Health Clinic usually provides regular onsite service – to provide support and referral as needed.

 

 

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Published on 21/04/2020

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