Mount Abe staff excited for new mobile health unit

MOUNT ABE SCHOOL nurses and clinicians from Mountain Health Center stand in front of the new mobile health unit at the Bristol high school this fall. From left to right: Mount Abe school nurse Brenda Barsalou, MHC nurse manager Bridget Preston, MHC medical practice manager Roxanne Fucile, Mount Abe’s lead school nurse Wanda Bouvier, MHC family nurse practitioner Lindsay White, MHC family care physician Kate LaMancuso and Kristin Bright, an assistant professor of medical anthropology and public health at Middlebury College.  Independent photo/Marin Howell

A new mobile health unit will soon be unveiled at Mount Abraham Union High School, offering students primary healthcare services every Wednesday. 

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