Rural area medical clinic to provide free medical care in Virginia
Bristol Herald Courier, July 16, 2008
Hundreds of volunteer medical professionals in Virginia are preparing to break records again with the ninth annual Rural Area Medical Clinic from July 25 to 27. The clinic will provide a wide range of free medical care to those in need. The 2007 clinic set national records with 2,506 patients receiving 8,401 procedures, according to a news release from the University of Virginia Health System. Clinic organizers expect to break those records in 2008.
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