The South Florida Children’s Health Project (SFCHP), was established as a response to Hurricane Andrew and today provides comprehensive health care predominantly to minority, uninsured and underinsured children in rural and urban areas throughout Miami-Dade County, Florida. The staff provides these services on their state-of-the-art mobile medical clinic (MMC). Most of the patients seen on the MMC are uninsured school-aged children between 5 – 12 years of age. A number of barriers such as limited transportation, lack of information, language, cultural differences and financial obstacles prevent these families from obtaining preventive health care. The SFCHP is part of Children’s Health Fund’s Referral Management Initiative, which is designed to ensure that children in high-risk populations have access to specialty care.