Come celebrate our 16th year anniversary with Mobile Clinic’s annual silent auction, Auction for Action!

Mobile Clinic is a student run organization that provides free health screening, prevention, education, and basic health care to underserved communities in the Iowa City area. We believe that health is a universal human right and everyone should have equal access. Through outreach, Mobile Clinic offers a learning experience for medical, pharmacy, dental, physical therapy, nursing, physician assistant, and other health science students while fostering an attitude of service and humanism to help those less fortunate.


Please join us for a night of drinks, dinner,
and bidding fun!

Registration closes May 16th at 11:45pm, so please register now though the link below. If you cannot attend the event, but wish to make a donation, click the link and choose “make a donation”.

Auction for Action Registration and Donations

If you have any questions regarding the auction, please contact Trang Dang at trang-dang@uiowa.edu. We look forward to seeing you May 24th!


Check out the great work the volunteers put in to make Mobile Clinic happen!


Join the Mobile Clinic in celebrating 10 years of service!

The Mobile Clinic — Past, Present and Future

The Mobile Clinic is an interdisciplinary health sciences student organization founded to provide free health screening, prevention, education and basic health services to under served populations in and around Iowa City. Located on this site is information on clinic dates, health care resources located throughout eastern Iowa, and instructions on how to volunteer with The University of Iowa Mobile Clinic.

The Mobile Clinic Mission:

Healthcare is a universal human right. Many people in our community are currently denied this right. The Mobile Clinic was founded to:

▪ Provide free health screening, prevention, education, and basic health services to                    underserved populations in and around Iowa City.
▪ Utilize interdisciplinary potential from the allied health sciences at the University of                Iowa.
▪ Raise awareness of existing health resources in the community.
▪ Connect people in the communities served by these resources.
▪ Partner with these communities to assess their changing needs and adapt our services          to reflect these changes.
▪ Advocate for patients both in clinics and the larger social arena