California Healthcare Foundation kicks in $10 million to clinic loan fund
East Bay Business Times, August 7, 2008
The California HealthCare Foundation will contribute $10 million to a low-interest loan pool created to help clinics for the low income and uninsured provide care during the state's budget crisis. The fund now totals $24 million. Other contributors include Catholic Healthcare West, Sutter Health, the Nonprofit Finance Fund, NCB Capital Impact, the California Primary Care Association Loan Fund, and the Mercy Partnership Fund.
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