(original story source: http://globalhealth.unc.edu/news/feature-stories/mobilehealthvan/)
A white nondescript van is making the rounds in central North Carolina bringing clinical care, experiential education and reliable research results along for the ride.
Healy is the mobile health van owned by the Division of Infectious Diseases within the UNC School of Medicine. Initially purchased in 2010 to meet study volunteers in the community, the van is now rented to other departments and schools at UNC. The School of Nursing sets off in the van each Tuesday to see chronically ill, low-income patients in Wake County.
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UNC School of Nursing faculty Marianne Cockroft, far left, and Wanda Wazenegger, far right, join nursing students Katie Steinheber and Mairo Bori to provide clinical care to Wake County residents.