FROM Carol Meyer
LA's Continuing Medical Crisis As a bush pilot in the Amazon Basin, Stan Brock first saw the suffering of people without access to medical services. He started Remote Area Medical to provide service in developing countries. Since 1992, he's also been focused on the United States, where the same problem exists. Since last Tuesday, Remote Medical Services has been at the Sports Arena in downtown Los Angeles. Today's the last day. We speak with Brock and other caregivers about the ongoing need for affordable medical care.
Temporary Free Clinic Shows Need for Health Reform If anyone doubts that the health system is broken in Southern California, consider last week's spectacle at the Inglewood Forum: thousands of people lining up to get free medical care and thousands more turned away for lack of available volunteers. Carol Meyer is chief network officer for the LA County Department of Health Services.
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