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Guidelines for Bringing the Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center to Your Neighborhood

Requests for the Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center for your event must be made at least three months in advance. In addition, at least 15 participants must preregister. We can work with you on promoting the event.

The Norton Healthcare Mobile Prevention Center requires:

  • A minimum of eight paved and level parking spaces. It cannot set up on the street.
  • Direct access to public restrooms from the vehicle.
  • Overhead clearance of at least 13 feet.
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