San Francisco health plan has few takers on first day of expansion
San Francisco Chronicle, January 3, 2008
San Francisco's expansion of its landmark plan to provide healthcare to its 73,000 uninsured city residents saw few people taking advantage of the opporunity. At the program's new eligibility office near San Francisco General Hospital just one person had phoned by noon on the day of the expansion and all the chairs in the waiting room were empty.
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