Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health Unit



QUEENSBURY, NY (November 15, 2021) – Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health will begin seeing patients in Lake Luzerne, NY and Whitehall, NY. The Mobile Health Center will be parked at the Lake Luzerne Town Hall (539 Lake Ave) alternate Thursdays beginning December 2, 2021 and at the Whitehall Recreation Center (28 Williams Street) alternate Fridays starting January 14, 2022. Hudson Headwaters launched its mobile health program in June with the first site in Salem—where it continues to see patients on Mondays and Tuesdays. A full calendar with site locations and times is available at

According to Hudson Headwaters CEO Dr. Tucker Slingerland, mobile health is a mission-driven initiative to help expand health care access throughout the region. “Like so many plans and projects at Hudson Headwaters, the dream of having a mobile health center started with a conversation about what we could do to bring primary care to rural patients struggling to get care and has evolved into what is now a reality—the ability to provide high-quality personalized care to patients in Salem and now to Whitehall and Lake Luzerne with more locations to come,” explained Dr. Slingerland.

The Mobile Health Center will be onsite for special community outreach days in Lake Luzerne on November 17 and 18 and in Whitehall on December 9, 10, 17 and January 7. Community members and prospective patients are invited to stop by, tour the unit, meet the mobile health team, establish as a patient and make an appointment. Learn more at and the Hudson Headwaters’ Meta (Facebook) page.

The mobile health center is staffed by a family nurse practitioner, Christine Calistri, a registered nurse and a medical assistant. 

“I’ve worked in various medical settings throughout my clinical career, and I find the mobile health center to be the best of all worlds,” said Mobile Health provider Christine Calistri, FNP. “Many of our patients report that they were unable to access care elsewhere. It is an honor to get to know them and their families and to provide primary care services as close to their homes as possible.”

Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health visits are by appointment only. Appointment types include primary care visits for adults and children, with women’s health services, chronic disease management, same-day sick visits and preventive health screenings. Individuals must become a patient of Hudson Headwaters Health Network to make an appointment at Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health. Community members may establish as a patient and/or make appointments by calling (518) 623-0871 or by visiting

The Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health Center is a highly customized, 40-foot RV-like vehicle converted into a primary care medical office. It offers two fully equipped examination rooms, a registration area, point-of-care testing areas, a lab draw station and bathroom. Take a virtual tour of the new mobile health center at

Additional mobile health site locations are being considered in partnership with regional healthcare partners, community leaders and town officials and will be added to when confirmed.

The Hudson Headwaters Health Foundation is currently raising funds to support the mobile program’s initial three-year pilot phase. Major project supporters include The Charles R. Wood Foundation, Stewart’s/Dake Family, The Himoff Family and CDPHP.


About Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health

Mission: To drive access to affordable, high-quality primary care and select specialty services for medically underserved populations within the area.

Vision: To empower community health through an innovative, patient-centric mobile health care delivery model fueled by partnerships with local organizations.

Goals: Increase access to primary care services; Alleviate health disparities in vulnerable and rural populations; Reduce socioeconomic barriers to accessing health care.

Learn more at



About Hudson Headwaters Health Network

Hudson Headwaters is a nonprofit network of 21 community-based primary care health centers caring for nearly 100,000 patients from Saratoga County to the Canadian border; an area of roughly 7,200 square miles. The Network’s comprehensive services include primary care, urgent care, pediatrics, women’s health, behavioral health, dentistry and other specialties along with laboratory and imaging services. Learn more at