ArchCare, HRHCare Mobile Health Partnership
Publication: Hudson Valley News Network
DOVER PLAINS – Deepening its commitment to providing healthcare to underserved populations throughout the Hudson Valley, ArchCare, the healthcare ministry of the Archdiocese of New York, launched a new mobile health center to deliver primary care and other essential health services directly to those who need them most.
On Sunday, May 22, the mobile health center made its first stop at St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Dover Plains. Photo provided
Developed in partnership with and operated by HRHCare Community Health, one of the nation’s largest community health providers, and made possible by generous grants from ArchCare and the Hearst Foundation, the 33-foot mobile health center will deliver a broad array of health services to underserved populations throughout the Hudson Valley, including agricultural workers, the frail elderly and low-income families, regardless of their ability to pay.