Mobile Health Centers

Take a Tour of The Mobile Health Centers. (Haga un recorrido por los centros de salud móviles)

Our Mobile Health Centers provide access to high-quality health care by bringing the care right to your neighborhood

The Mobile Health concept at Denver Health started with one vehicle in 2002, providing breast and cervical cancer screenings across Denver. Through a generous grant from the Anschutz Foundation, we added a second Mobile Health Center in November of 2020 and a federal grant provided a third in February 2021. The second van will provide primary care services and the third will continue providing vaccines (including COVID-19 vaccine) to the community.

Mobile Health Center 1: Cancer Screening Mobile Health Center

Providing patient education as well as cervical and breast cancer screening, including digital mammography. Designed to help reduce barriers to cancer screening that many patients experience in traditional health care settings.

Cancer Screening Mobile Health Center Services

  • Breast and cervical cancer screenings
  • Heart healthy lifestyle education (WISEWOMAN)/Health coaching
  • Financial support available for those who qualify

Learn more about our mobile cancer screenings


Mobile Health Center 2: Mobile Primary Care Services

Providing basic primary care to people of all ages, from babies to seniors. Patients do not have to have care established at Denver Health to be seen. Referrals to one of our Community Health Centers around the city for ongoing primary and specialty care are available.

Mobile Primary Care Services

  • Blood pressure screenings
  • Patient care navigation
  • Heart healthy lifestyle education (WISEWOMAN)
  • Diabetes prevention 
  • Vaccinations
  • Health insurance enrollment
  • Behavioral health therapy

Learn more here.


Mobile Health Center 3: Mobile Vaccines

Partnering with community groups to provide the COVID-19 and other vaccines in underserved areas as needed. All walkups are welcome. 

Mobile Vaccine services

  • Offering first, second and booster doses of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to ages five and up
  • Flu and other routine vaccinations


Mobile Health Center 4: Mobile Opioid Medication Assisted Treatment (MOMAT) Program

The Mobile Opioid Medication Assisted Treatment or “MOMAT” unit will provide patients the opportunity to receive their Methadone treatment at a Denver Health Community Clinic. MOMAT will provide Methadone dosing locations to complement our primary location at Outpatient Behavioral Health Services (Pavilion K) on the main Denver Health campus.  The mobile unit may be more convenient for those living on Denver’s west side or near downtown.  The mobile unit will provide counseling, care navigation and peer support.  Most importantly, the mobile unit will also provide an opportunity for individuals in treatment to access co-located primary care services, including integrated behavioral health, dental care, family planning, and other services


Frequently Asked Questions 

Why Choose Denver Health’s Mobile Health Centers?

We provide high-quality care in a welcoming and convenient setting. Our staff can connect you to ongoing health care, health programs and a variety of community resources.

Who Should Visit the Mobile Health Centers?

  • Patients needing regular mammogram or cervical cancer screenings
  • Patients needing financial assistance for cancer screenings
  • Patients needing to find primary care and eventually a medical home
  • Patients that currently need a COVID-19 vaccination
  • Starting Fall 2022, patients needing flu and other routine vaccinations

How to Schedule a Cancer Screening Visit

Contact our Care Navigator at 303‐602‐6115 to schedule an appointment, learn about recommended testing and get more information on financial assistance.

How do I host a visit from the Mobile Health Center?

If your organization or business is interested in hosting a Mobile Health Center event, contact us at

Community Partnership Form