Mobile Healthcare Training- Starting and Operating a Mobile Clinic for New and Existing Programs
Join us for the Mobile Healthcare Virtual Training. This is comprehensive learning for mobile professionals to deepen their knowledge on how to start or run a mobile health clinic. This seminar is taught by experienced mobile healthcare professionals and is appropriate for new and more established programs. We will look at business and operational planning, implementation, programming and operation/ maintaining your vehicle.
- How to develop a business case for mobile care
- How to use a needs assessment, community engagement and partnering to determine services that will positively impact the community
- Importance of business planning and budgeting
- Operational planning components
James Comeaux, LCSW, joined management in 2004 at Access Health Louisiana and has helped grow the organization to the largest in Louisiana and it is considered a model community health center system. Mr. Comeaux is the past Chair of the Mobile Health Clinics Association, Treasurer and past Chair of the Board of Directors of Luke's House Clinic and is on the faculty of the Texas Association of Community Health Center's Optimizing Clinical Outcomes Collaborative.
Americares MHPSS team will also provide “Building Workplace Resilience in Response to COVID-19.” This one-hour training provides guidance on how clinical leadership staff can emotionally support their team, how to provide support to staff who may experience collective stress in the midst of COVID-19, and how to build resilience within the workplace to create a cohesive, sustainable and healthy environment.
- The 4 main leadership challenges that healthcare managers face
- Several core issues in building resiliency in a healthcare organizational setting
- The 5 main needs of health care workers that when met will serve to decrease anxiety and increase confidence and overall resilience
- 4 final health center considerations for staff
Dr. Glenn Goss has a Doctor of Social Work degree and more than 30 years of experience in 40 countries around the world, developing and implementing trauma-informed mental health counseling and training interventions.
This training is for Direct Relief Health Center Resiliency Fund grantees and Texas health centers with an existing mobile healthcare program or with plans to start a new program.
Time- 10:00 AM- 4:30 PM
- 10:00- 12:00- Presenter James Comeaux Mobile Healthcare Training: Part 1
- 1:15- 2:15- Americares MHPSS Team: “Building Workplace Resilience in Response to COVID-19”
- 2:30- 4:30 Presenter James Comeaux Mobile Healthcare Training: Part 2
Zoom webinar- Each attendee will receive their own unique email to connect to each session and is NOT shareable with anyone else.
For questions regarding registration, please contact TaSheena Mitchell and for content contact Christina Brito-Tigerina for more information.
Registration closes at 8:30AM on Thursday, January 21st.