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A New York Community Health Center Fills in the Health Care Gap

The Journal newspaper in the Hudson Valley, devotes front page coverage to middle class families getting squeezed by the cost of health care and going to great health centers like Open Door Medical Center (Ossining, NY) to get their care. The article by reporter Candice Ferrette notes that as the cost of private health insurance continues to pose a burden to families and businesses, more “small-business owners, young workers, the self-employed and now the recently unemployed are going to community health centers, which were created in the 1970s to increase access to primary-care doctors in poor urban and rural communities…” You can read the full article here.