/ Modified may 1, 2010 2:25 a.m.

Health Care for Uninsured

Health clinics are stretched thin serving individuals and families with no health insurance and few options.


The number of uninsured people in the nation is at the center of the health care debate in Washington, DC. At issue is how to get the uninsured into some kind of medical care. Back home in Arizona, the number of uninsured is rising along with the unemployment rate and as Christopher Conover reports, that means some local clinics are becoming nearly overwhelmed.

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St. Elizabeth's of Hungary Clinic

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