Bristol (CT) Hospital agrees to reopen medical clinic
Hartford Courant, August 6, 2009
After an outcry from dozens of senior citizens, Bristol (CT) Hospital and the city announced that they will reopen the small medical clinic they shut down. A deal worked out between the hospital and the city will bring back the most commonly used medical services, but on a restricted schedule and with a higher cost to seniors.
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