California counties are healthcare 'providers of last resort'
The unemployment rate is just one area that has been impacted by the nation's struggling economy. This, in turn, is making it increasingly difficult for some to get healthcare with a private practitioner. As a result, more and more are turning to county clinics, which is pushing those facilities to struggle financially, too.
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