Muslim doctors to open free clinic in Brooksville, FL
St. Petersburg Times, June 11, 2008
Nearly 40 Muslim doctors will begin providing free care to the growing number of underserved and uninsured people in Hernando County, FL. The doctors expect to have two or three general physicians staffing the office while specialists will rotate through the clinic on various days. The clinic is financed solely by physicians from Hernando's Muslim community.
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