08/11/11 - 11:42am
Unlike the travelers who stop for a minute or two and then continue on the Sterling Highway, Cooper Landing’s newest Winnebago is parked for the long-haul.
The 1996 34-foot vehicle was designed to be a mobile health clinic, not a home on the road.
“It’s custom made,” said Connie Cates, a project manager at Peninsula Community Health Services.
The Winnebago has two exam rooms, phone hook-ups and data hook-ups. It’s equipped for a wide-variety of basic health services.