Charlotte-area free clinics ’can’t serve them all’
At free clinics in the Charlotte, NC, area, the demand for healthcare keeps growing as the economy continues to sour and people lose jobs and health insurance. In North Carolina, three out of four uninsured people are from working families, according to the North Carolina Institute of Medicine. Most of these uninsured work in low-wage or part-time jobs.
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