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‘Kentucky Health’ discusses federally qualified health centers that serve medically underserved areas and populations

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‘Kentucky Health’ discusses federally qualified health centers that serve medically underserved areas and populations

For Release: 02/06/24 1:17 PM

Where do you go for healthcare when you have nowhere else to turn? For many, the answer is a federally qualified health center, which serve medically underserved areas and provide primary care services regardless of a person’s ability to pay.

On this episode of Kentucky Health, host Dr. Wayne Tuckson talks to Dr. Swannie Jett, CEO of Park DuValle Community Health Center in Louisville, about federally qualified health centers. 

Kentucky Health
KET Sunday, Feb.11 • 1:30/12:30 pm
KET2 Monday, Feb. 12 • 2/1 pm
Watch on-demand at KET.org and on the PBS App

Kentucky Health is a KET production, hosted by retired Louisville surgeon Dr. Wayne Tuckson and produced by Christie Dutton.

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