Clinic in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn Offers Hope

Posted on 11. Nov, 2009 by in Business and Economics, John Smock, Rebecca Leung, Uncategorized, Urban

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Natural Sound of Clinic

A clinic that is one of a kind in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, is about to get its karma.

The clinic has been around for many years (since 1989)  helping those who may not have health insurance still get medical care for themselves and their loved ones. The clinic even offers a cash policy, or the good samaritan policy, pay us back as or when you can. And people do, like Evelyn Warren, who consider this clinic family.

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Interview with a patient.

This clinic is now getting a state of the art renovation that has been long overdue, filled with the help of the passionate staff that provides quality service to its patients. It is especially (audio below) exciting for the Director of Patient Relations (who also happens to be a CUNY graduate), who has been with the clinic since the beginning.

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Talking about new clinic.

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Interview about health insurance.

The new clinic opens on December 1st, 2009.

An architect's view of the new clinic

An architect's view of the new clinic

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