More schools offer expanded health centers
Cincinnati Enquirer, March 10, 2008
Dozen of healthcare clinics are now operating in schools around Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati funds the centers, and this month it will start taking applications to add six new centers at local schools over the next three years. So far, the program has been open only to schools that serve students in grades K-8. The next round of applications will be open to high schools. A study sponsored by the foundation found the centers improve students' health.
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