Massachusetts health clinics receive $80 million boost

Boston Globe, December 10, 2009

Eight Massachusetts community health centers, which deliver care in some of the poorest neighborhoods in the state, are receiving $80 million in federal stimulus cash to help replace cramped buildings and upgrade technology. Interviews with the presidents of Boston community health centers suggest the projects will generate hundreds of construction jobs as well as hundreds of new permanent clinic jobs for doctors, nurses, and other medical workers, the Boston Globe reports.


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