Health clinic opens in Dallas City Hall for employees, families
Despite a stiff upfront cost, officials lauding a new health clinic within Dallas City Hall as both an elixir for lost labor hours and a practical method for promoting general employee wellness. Through the clinic, which provides primarily free services to employees, their immediate families and some municipal retirees, Dallas officials aim to reduce the city's overall healthcare costs by 20%. The city is contracting with medical service provider Concentra to operate the clinic.
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