Nonprofits fill gaps in southern Arizona's health care

Posted on AllSides December 29th, 2022
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Uninsured patients slowly trickled into the waiting room of Clinica Amistad, a free health clinic in south Tucson, filling up every seat in the room shortly after it opened its doors at 5 p.m. on a weekday in the fall. Volunteer promotoras, or community health workers, had decorated the room for Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, with colorful papel picado and pictures of skeletons, giving the clinical setting a welcoming feel. Clinica Amistad is one of Tucson’s only free primary care clinics, in addition to a clinic...

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