Henry Ford Health System and Children’s Health Fund Expand Access to Health Care with Second Mobile Medical Clinic for Detroit’s Medically Underserved Children TODAY

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U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow to help unveil new “doctor’s office on wheels”

Monday, October 28 at Dixon Educational Learning Academy in Detroit

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What:              United States Senator Debbie Stabenow will be joined by leadership from Children’s Health Fund and the Henry Ford Health System to unveil a second pediatric mobile medical clinic for the Children’s Health Project of Detroit. The new mobile medical clinic, named “Clara,” will join the first mobile clinic, known as “Hank,” to provide comprehensive health care services to medically underserved children in Detroit. Together, Clara and Hank will have the capacity to provide 2,000 medical visits each year to about 700-800 school children. The Dixon Drill Team and Thirkell Elementary Students will perform.

 

Who:               Debbie Stabenow, U.S. Senator from Michigan

                        Nancy Schlichting, CEO, Henry Ford Health System

                        Karen Redlener, Executive Director, Children’s Health Fund

Dr. Charles Barone, Chief of Pediatrics, Henry Ford Health System

Dr. Elliott Attisha, Medical Director, Children’s Health Project of Detroit

 

Where:            Dixon Educational Learning Academy

8401 Trinity Street

Detroit, MI 48228

 

When:             10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 28

 

RSVP:             Henry Ford Health System Media Relations

MediaRelations@hfhs.org or 313-876-2882

 

 

 

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