SPOTLIGHT: Community health centers at breaking point


While the nation's 952 federally-approved community health centers are managing to serve millions of poor and uninsured patients, they won't be able to keep it up forever.  With patient loads having grown 53 percent since the year 2000 alone, and no slowdown in sight, it's hard to imagine how our current funding system will be able to keep up, much less recruit enough doctors and nurses to staff future centers. Article

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