Health Ministry opens clinic for refugees in South TA

By JTA
January 5, 2013 11:39

 
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The Health Ministry on Thursday opened a clinic for refugees and foreign workers in southern Tel Aviv.

The new clinic, which opened its doors on Thursday, cost approximately $900,000 to build and will be able to treat 100 patients a day, according to reports by Army Radio. The clinic includes a lab for urine and blood sample testing and other diagnostic tools such as electrocardiogram machines. Basic medicines will be distributed free, but patients will be required to pay a $3 admission fee.

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