Tennessee health centers get $6.5 million in stimulus funds
The Tennessean, March 30, 2009
Nashville's Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center will get more than $700,000 in federal stimulus funds to offer more community health services, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced. The medical and dental facility got the largest single share of a $6.5 million pot of stimulus money released for community health centers in Tennessee.
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