Creative Solutions To Provide Access To Preventive Healthcare For Families
Posted by Ben McAdams
May 2, 2014
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The Mid-Valley Health Clinic is now open for business, providing preventative health care to low-income families and reducing emergency room visits. The new clinic is open because of creative thinking and a partnership between Salt Lake County, Midvale City, and the non-profit Utah Partners for Health. The Salt Lake County Copperview Recreation Center had a vacant building on its property, so Midvale Mayor Seghini and the non-profit group Utah Partners for Health worked with Salt Lake County to lease the property at an extremely low rate so the health clinic could open there. Being a part of solutions like these – that make real differences in peoples’ lives – is why I want to be in public service.
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