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The Mommy Van
Program name: The Mommy Van 
Population served: Immigrant and low-income women
Eligibility: Any woman
Region served: East Palo Alto (Northern California)
Funding: The program is supported by a grant from the Packard Foundation for Children's Health and we also get some reimbursement from the California Family Pact program (OFP).
Program started: October 1999
Number of clients: 600 per year
Contact: Kay Daniels, MD
Director of the "Mommy Van"
Department OB/GYN, Route h3330
Stanford Hospital
300 Pasteur Drive
Palo Alto, California 94305
Phone: (650) 723-4729
Email: k.daniels@stanford.edu
Website: None

The Mommy Van is a mobile health clinic that parks in church parking lots and community centers in a medically underserved area called East Palo Alto. We provide women's health services including pregnancy testing, prenatal care, contraception, annual gyn exams and gyn care. Since many of our patients are immigrants, we do a complete screening for vaccination status. We provide Td (when available), hepatitis B and MMR vaccination.

As most of these patients come from Mexico, Central America, and Pacific Islands such as Tonga and Samoa, we have a high rate of non-immunization/under-immunization. When indicated, we also screen for HIV and hepatitis C. We are often the first and only medical care that these women have received.

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