Dr. Clarence Davis says the answer to the question is “a community health center.” Davis, senior medical director at WellCare of Georgia, takes the... Commentary: What’s good for mothers and many others?

Dr. Clarence Davis says the answer to the question is “a community health center.”

Dr. Davis

Davis, senior medical director at WellCare of Georgia, takes the occasion of National Health Center Week to note how many disadvantaged Georgians use these centers, and how that care option saves money for the overall U.S. health system.

The health of mothers and babies is vital to our future, and many pregnant women choose to get care at community health centers, Davis writes. “In Georgia, these centers serve hundreds of thousands of patients, including minorities, those with low incomes, and new and expectant mothers, by offering medical, dental and mental health services in one convenient location.”

Here is a link to his Commentary.


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