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Mobile Medical Support Truck onsite at JMCC November 16 & 18

November 15, 2022

Mobile Medical Support Truck

Windsor, ON – The John McGivney Children’s Centre (JMCC) is proud to host the Mobile Medical Support (MMS) truck in the Centre’s parking lot on Wednesday, Nov. 16 and Friday, Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This fully accessible vehicle travels to various locations in our community to provide important health services including:

  • Primary Care Check Ups and Chronic Disease Support
  • Preventative Care, including COVID-19 and Flu vaccines
  • Wound Care and Foot Care
  • Mental Health Support and Substance & Addiction Services
MMS is supported by the Windsor Essex Ontario Health Team (WEOHT). The WEOHT is comprised of over 45 healthcare organizations, community support services, hospitals, home and community care providers, lived experience partners, and primary care providers providing services in urban and rural settings. 

“As a proud partner of the WEOHT, we are thrilled to be able to host this important service at our facility,” said Jessica Sartori, CEO, JMCC. “The Mobile Medical Support truck is designed to provide Windsor-Essex residents with convenient access to important medical care and services. By hosting the truck this week, we are able to offer this convenience to the children, youth and families we serve, our staff and to the residents of Sandwich and surrounding areas.” 

For more information on MMS and future stops, please visit:

About the John McGivney Children’s Centre: JMCC provides family-centred therapy and support services to more than 3,000 children and youth annually in Windsor and Essex County. Depending on the need, services are offered in our Centre, virtually, in schools, and in our community. Our staff work together with families to assist children and youth with mobility, communication & participation in everyday activities.  

Media Contact:
Danielle Friest, Manager, Communications,
John McGivney Children’s Centre 
P: 519-252-7281 ext. 241

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