Milwaukee clinic fills a need but faces failure
New York Times, September 2, 2009
The Milwaukee Immediate Care Center is a small nonprofit clinic that has treated the city's north side community since 1986. But the clinic has teetered on the brink of insolvency for years, and faced foreclosure filings, delinquent tax claims, building code violations and the loss of contracts with two major HMOs. It has had to cut its hours in half, significantly reduce its medical staff, and mothball its X-ray equipment.
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