SPOTLIGHT: Philadelphia community health centers may add new fees

In another unfortunate sign of the times, community clinics are having to begin collecting from the impoverished patients they serve. One example comes in Philadelphia, where the city's free clinics may soon begin charging sliding scale fees. Though the fees would probably range from a modest $5 to $20 per visit, some fear that the city's poorest residents can't afford even these charges. Article

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