Philipsburg community and surrounding neighbourhoods invited to Mobile Health Clinic on 25 February

The Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour (Ministry VSA) Collective Prevention Services (CPS), would like to inform the community that the Mobile Health Clinic Bus, will be at the Walter J. Nisbeth road on the Pondfill across from Blue Point on Wednesday afternoon, February 25 to carry out screening to persons who are interested.


Residents of the Philipsburg area and surrounding environs are invited to come out between 4.00pm to 7.00pm to this community outreach activity.


Screenings for glucose, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, weight and BMI, hip and waist ratio, will be carried out on the spot.


The visit to the various districts is to raise individual awareness on healthy lifestyles, health determinants and health disparities, and to raise individual awareness on healthy lifestyles.


The primary mission is to deliver prevention services to the people of the nation.  The first district mobile clinic took place on January 28 at the Jose Lake Ball Park in Cul de Sac.


The mobile health bus will be visiting a district each month or according to health calendar observances of the department.


If any Non-Governmental Organization’s would like to collaborate activities with CPS, please feel free to contact Collective Prevention Services 542-2078 / 3003, Coordinators; Nirmala Vlaun, Public Health Nurse Ni***********@si************.org   and Swinda Richardson, Public Health Dietician/Nutritionist Sw***************@si************.org .