The Guilford County Division of Public Health – half of the county’s Health and Human Services Department – has been conducting more outreach into communities lately and, as part of that effort, the division is holding several mobile clinics that allow the health experts to come to the people rather than the other way around.

The Guilford County Division of Public Health will host upcoming community mobile clinics in both Greensboro and High Point. The services provided will be available to all county residents.

Those will include COVID vaccinations, Flu vaccinations, Mpox vaccinations, blood pressure checks, and, on certain dates, no-cost A1C testing, which is a test of blood sugar levels.

County health officials are asking that, if you do have insurance, Medicaid or Medicare, that you bring your insurance card with you.

All the mobile clinics will be held from 9 a.m. to noon. on the following scheduled dates at the listed locations:

  • The Hayes-Taylor Memorial YMCA at 2630 E Florida St in Greensboro on May 30 (includes A1C testing), June 27 and August 1.
  • The Glenwood Branch Library at 1901 W. Florida St. in Greensboro. Clinics will be held at this location on May 8, June 5 and July 10 (includes A1C testing).
  • McGirt-Horton Branch Library at 2501 Phillips Ave. in Greensboro. The mobile clinic will be at the location on May 15 (includes A1C testing), June 12 (also includes A1C testing), and July 17.
  • High Point Public Library at 901 N. Main St. in High Point on May 22 (includes A1C testing) and July 24 (also includes A1C testing).