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Published on Sep 10, 2010
A few days after Hurricane Katrina left and the floods came; Tulane physicians opened a clinic on a street corner with a card table as their office. Obviously since then facilities have greatly improved but the concept lingers—clinics in the neighborhoods where people can easily access proper respectful medical care whether they have insurance or not. Does it make a difference? Watch how a Tulane community clinic keeps one patient from having to choose between medicine and food.