Parkridge CEO Darrell Moore, left, and Memorial CEO Jim Hobson speak to Karen Manning at the end of a Hamilton County Lealth Care Leadership Group meeting where they discussed the good that Project Access has brought to Ms. Manning and other low-income and uninsured area residents.
Parkridge CEO Darrell Moore, left, and Memorial CEO Jim Hobson speak to Karen Manning at the end of a Hamilton County Lealth Care Leadership Group meeting where they discussed the good that Project Access has brought to Ms. Manning and other low-income and uninsured area residents.
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Thursday, September 29th, 2011
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A community health partnership that provides health care to the working poor has delivered more than $75 million in services to nearly 7,500 people in seven years, officials with the Medical Foundation of Chattanooga announced Thursday.

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