The SAC Health Increasing Access to Healthcare Program seeks to add a mobile healthcare access point to serve low-income residents in CA-031. SAC Health is proposing to purchase a 38’ mobile medical unit. The 38’ mobile medical unit will provide two complete medical examination rooms, an intake/reception area, private reception area that can also be used as an examination room, laboratory space, and will be telehealth capable. The mobile medical unit has the capability to see 12 patients per day, resulting in a potential of approximately 1,500 patients over the course of a year. The SAC Health mobile medical unit will be used for primary care (family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, and internal medicine), some specialty care, as well as behavioral health. SAC Health currently has two mobile units with one being used for primary care and the other being used for both dental and primary care. Both are booked far into the future. As a longstanding partner of Loma Linda University Health, SAC Health has grown responsibly and prudently to best meet the needs of the region. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)/Health Care for the Homeless (HCH), SAC Health will be able to sustain the use of mobile medicine as all patients are Medi-Cal recipients.