A Salt Lake City clinic will soon bring medical care to the streets.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports Fourth Street Clinic has launched a mobile clinic on Thursday that will travel to homeless resource centers and nonprofit agencies each week providing care.

Clinic leaders said they hope to reduce the number of uninsured emergency room visits and reach more homeless patients.

In this photo taken May 9, 2019, Jeff Williams, of the Fourth Street Clinic's consumer advisory board, tours their new mobile clinic in Salt Lake City. (Jeremy Harmon/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
In this photo taken May 9, 2019, Jeff Williams, of the Fourth Street Clinic’s consumer advisory board, tours their new mobile clinic in Salt Lake City. (Jeremy Harmon/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)

The 45-foot (14-meter) bus features three exam rooms, a bathroom and refrigerators and freezers for vaccines.

Doctors and nurse practitioners on the bus will handle preventative care, chronic disease management and wound care, among other things.

Federal data shows the homeless population in Utah has spiked over the past two years. A recent survey has found 2,876 people in Utah experience homelessness on a single day.

In this photo taken May 9, 2019, a medical bay is viewed in the Fourth Street Clinic's new mobile clinic in Salt Lake City. (Jeremy Harmon/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
In this photo taken May 9, 2019, a medical bay is viewed in the Fourth Street Clinic’s new mobile clinic in Salt Lake City. (Jeremy Harmon/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
In this photo taken May 9, 2019, Michele Goldberg, medical director of the Fourth Street Clinic, gives a tours of their new mobile clinic  in Salt Lake City. (Jeremy Harmon/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
In this photo taken May 9, 2019, Michele Goldberg, medical director of the Fourth Street Clinic, gives a tours of their new mobile clinic in Salt Lake City. (Jeremy Harmon/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)

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