Tennessee sees first stimulus in healthcare for poor
The Tennessean, March 11, 2009
Nashville-based nonprofit United Neighborhood Health Services has received nearly $1 million from the federal stimulus package to expand affordable healthcare. The $973,593 award is believed to be the first federal stimulus money to become available for use in Tennessee. Together, the clinics are expected to provide healthcare for an additional 4,500 mostly uninsured patients in the Nashville area.
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