Mobile Medical Units – Circle the City offers two mobile medical units to deliver outreach medical services to some of the most vulnerable in our communities.

The units provide a two-room mobile health care clinic that rotates through parks, permanent supportive housing complexes, and social service agencies during weekdays to provide outreach care for those who cannot access the fixed sites.

The medical outreach teams are available at varying times, including afternoons and evening hours, to best meet the needs of the population.

For more information on Circle the City’s medical outreach or Neighborhood Partnerships, contact our Outreach Program Manager, Stephanie Martinez at (602)-833-5821. Please note, our mobile clinic schedule is subject to change.

In addition to the mobile medical outreach, Circle the City also offers:

Neighborhood Outreach – Circle the City offers a medical provider, behavioral health consultant, nurse, and medical coordinator who visits neighborhoods in the most need.

Our medical outreach teams serve specific areas within Maricopa County. The East Valley Neighborhood Partnership provides care in Mesa, Tempe, and surrounding areas. The North Valley Neighborhood Partnership is deployed in the Sunnyslope neighborhood – each of the neighborhood partnerships is deployed 40 hours a week in the specified location. An additional outreach team provides care through Central Phoenix.

Backpack Medicine – Circle the City also offers a team of medical staff to reach out to homeless in parks and encampments.

Our upcoming Mobile Medical Clinic and East Valley Neighborhood Partnership Schedule:

MC=Mobile Clinic CV=Central Valley  EV=East Valley

NV= North Valley  SL – Sunnyslope

VOLUNTEER

Circle the City depends on community volunteers and donors to support the medical care needed by our Patients.