Minneapolis clinic sees a sickly economic toll
Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 31, 2009
In the past year, things have been hairier than usual at the Community-University Health Care Center in south Minneapolis. The patients are showing up in growing numbers, according to clinic manager Amy Shellabarger, and by every measure they are showing up with greater needs. In 2006, 10% of CUHCC's patients were uninsured. In 2007 and 2008 the share was about 28%.
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