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Low-Income Clinic Eyed For Amherst

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Low-Income Clinic Eyed For Amherst

(Amherst, MA) — The Hilltown Community Health Center may be opening a satellite clinic in Amherst. The organization already has offices in Worthington and Huntington. Town manager John Musante says the idea would be to provide medical care to people who fall through the cracks. They’re looking at the Bangs Community Center, which already houses the Center for New Americans and other non-profits.

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