Orange County mobile maternity clinic helps women receive access to care

A mobile maternity clinic will help women in Orange County get the pre-and post-natal care they need.

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Orlando Health said that under and uninsured women can visit the Midwife Bus at several Central Florida locations.

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This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.

This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.
This bus will expand its care from Osceola County into Orange County for the first time.

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Brooke Schmoe, a central Florida midwife, owns the bus.

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According to Orlando Health, the bus was a retired bloodmobile and will now help all Central Florida women receive services.

The first location in the Orange County area will be at the Grand Avenue Neighborhood Center on Wednesday, Jan. 4, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

See a map of the location below:

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