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The Health Revolution (Neighborhood Clinics) #593138

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 31, 1993
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(Studio: Mike Schneider) Report introduced.

(Burlington, VT: Fred Briggs) The use of neighborhood clinics for the treatment of non-emergency cases instead of going to hospital emergency rooms examined; scenes shown from a hospital in Burlington, VT. [Medical Center of Vermont Dr. Wayne MISSELBECK, community health center director Marilyn McKENZIE, patient Robert COTA, physicians' assistant Abby HALE - comment.] [Family practitioner Dr. Louis HOCHHEISER - says the new health care system is overlooking the community clinics.]

Briggs, Fred;
Schneider, Mike

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