Dallas-Fort Worth nonprofits offer healthcare to thousands without insurance
Dallas Morning News, January 18, 2008
Statistics show that 24 percent of Texans don't have health insurance--the highest percentage of any state in the nation. Charities have responded by opening more than 40 medical clinics in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, thanks to volunteer doctors and other health-care professionals, according to the Dallas County Medical Society.
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