The S.H.O.W. Mobile, a 38-foot mobile health center, will travel in the four Bootheel counties of Pemiscot, Dunklin, Mississippi and New Madrid.
WHAT: Ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil Southeast Missouri State University’s new mobile health unit, Southeast Health On Wheels, known as the S.H.O.W. Mobile.WHO:
- U.S. Sen. Jim Talent
- U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson
- Kenneth W. Dobbins, president of Southeast Missouri State University
- Bobbi Morris, APRN MSN BC-FNP, director of the S.H.O.W. Mobile and a member of the Southeast Department of Nursing
WHEN: 8:30 a.m. July 17WHERE:
- The ceremony will be in the Atrium of Robert A. Dempster Hall.
- The S.H.O.W. Mobile will be on display and available for tours in the parking lot on the south side of Robert A. Dempster Hall.
BACKGROUND: The S.H.O.W. Mobile, a 38-foot mobile health center, will travel in the four Bootheel counties of Pemiscot, Dunklin, Mississippi and New Madrid. Staffed by a family nurse practitioner, registered professional nurse and local volunteer healthcare professionals, this mobile health unit will promote and educate residents on health and disease prevention and will provide health and dental services, including care for acute and chronic illnesses, to those who have little or no access to services.