Mobile Medical Care (MobileMed) ( provides primary care for more than 4,000 low-income, uninsured and underinsured Montgomery County residents. MobileMed’s commitment to accessibility is achieved through multiple fixed-site and mobile van locations throughout Montgomery County, extensive outreach in collaboration with diverse faith-based and ethnic organizations, and a policy of never turning anyone away for inability to pay. Staff and volunteer clinicians deliver culturally sensitive care, integrated behavioral health and wraparound support.

Serves: Montgomery County

What a donation buys:

• $250 provides patient education for 25 individuals with chronic conditions.

• $1,000 supports one week of mobile van operations.

• $10,000 supports medical visits for 200 vulnerable patients.

Volunteer opportunities:

• Weekly/monthly: Serve as a volunteer in a clinic or at headquarters.


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