Shakopee Tribe to provide health services at mobile clinic
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will be sending its mobile health clinic to communities across Minnesota.

The SMSC Mobile Unit provides health screening, mammograms, prevention and education, and treatment services. It also functions as a mobile incident command center in emergency cases.

Stops for the clinic include the Native American Community Clinic in Minnesota on April 14, the Red Lake Nation on April 22 and the American Indian Health Fair in Minneapolis on April 28.

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