United Way, Kaiser partner to help uninsured in five Georgia counties
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 11, 2009
The United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta and the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia are working together to improve access to healthcare for residents in five Georgia counties. Kaiser donated $150,000 to help community-based projects in Butts, Cherokee, Douglas, Fayette and Rockdale counties. The money will target initiatives aimed at helping the uninsured and underinsured gain access to primary care services.
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