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Good Samaritan Hospital and Nursing Home, Inc., Selma, Al. Hospital-affiliated clinics meet health needs of rural poor

Good Samaritan Hospital and Nursing Home, Inc., Selma, Al. Hospital-affiliated clinics meet health needs of rural poor

Hospital Progress 62(2): 40-1, 62

How can a hospital meet the health needs of citizens unable to pay for services? One southern hospital founded two rural clinics that are operated by a nurse practitioners and a preceptor-physician. Fees are figured on a sliding scale, and van service is available for patients.

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