Indianapolis-based St. Vincent gets $1 million gift for uninsured
Indianapolis-based St. Vincent Joshua Max Simon Primary Care Center has received a $1 million donation that will be used to create an endowment to help pay for supplies, staff training, and other needs. The 60,000-square-foot Simon center provides primary medical care to the poor and those with inadequate or no health insurance. Income from the $1 million gift will be used to generate ongoing funding of patient care-related expenses, said St. Vincent representatives.
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