Their tools include the following:
- the Health Wagon - a truck around the size of a tour bus that widens into a full clinic with room to serve up to ten specialties. It is intended for towns of greater than 150,000.
- the Health Box - an easily transported health station that supports between four and seven specialties; geared towards towns of 50,000 to 150,000
- the Health Van - a smaller truck that can accommodate up to three specialties at one time, including radiology and echocardiology; meant for towns with fewer than 50,000 inhabitants.
This type of intervention would be a great help to boosting the quality of preventative care in areas where diabetes, heart disease, and other preventable disorders have been left unchecked to decimate entire (mostly black, mostly poor) populations. If someone is already out there doing work like this, I'd greatly appreciate hearing about them in the comments, too.