Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine and partners are launching Range Health, a nonprofit academic health network designed to bring health care to Washington’s rural and underserved areas. Last October, they also unveiled the William A. Crosetto Mobile Health Care Unit, the network’s first traveling health clinic. Intended as a training ground for future doctors and health care providers while delivering needed care around the state, Range Health will focus on communities where health care is limited. The mobile unit—named for Othello cattle rancher and philanthropist Bill Crosetto—will travel to those communities to provide comprehensive primary care, urgent care procedures, and preventive screening for conditions such as diabetes, cholesterol, pregnancy, STDs, asthma, and more.

Range Health mobile care unit
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