The Importance Of Obama Care

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The Public Needs to Know The overall health of any community is very important, that is why it is essential to have proper resources to take care of residents’ immediate and non-emergent health concerns. Many locals in the area may not be aware that there is a free clinic opening for those without health insurance. Recent changes in the Affordable Healthcare Act also known as Obama Care, contribute to the rising need to open this clinic. Minorities are the vast majority of the uninsured population who face more serious health issues that requires medical supervision. Poverty guidelines amongst other criteria will determine who is eligible to receive free services. Overall, the community will have a positive outlook on maintaining one’s health…show more content…
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