Mobile Health Screenings Come to 4 Metro Transit Centers Starting May 24
Metro Transit riders, visitors and nearby residents will have access to free monthly mobile health screening services at four Metro Transit Center locations in St. Louis City and St. Louis County starting Tuesday, May 24. The Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers Mobile Health Screening Van will provide free blood pressure screenings, COVID-19 testing and other basic health assessments.
The mobile screening van will visit four designated Metro Transit Centers on the Tuesdays listed below from 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers Mobile Health Screening Unit
- First Tuesday of the month: Grand MetroLink Station (3560 Scott Avenue)
- Second Tuesday of the month: Riverview Transit Center (9000 Riverview Drive)
- Third Tuesday of the month: Civic Center Transit Center (401 South 14th Street)
- Fourth Tuesday of the month: North Hanley Transit Center (4300 Hanley Road)
The mobile health services are free, with no insurance, payment or copay required. Adults 18 years of age and older can stop by the van during operating hours with no appointment necessary. In addition to providing blood pressure screenings and other health needs assessments at no charge, adults will also be provided with assistance in applying for health insurance and options for follow-up care at area community health centers.