Elizabeth Forer

CEO and executive director of the Venice Family Clinic

CEO and executive director of the Venice Family Clinic

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Fifty years ago, LA doctors Philip Rossman and Mayer Davidson realized that some people in their community couldn’t afford basic healthcare.

For 50 years, Venice Family Clinic serves Angelenos who can’t afford basic healthcare

Fifty years ago, LA doctors Philip Rossman and Mayer Davidson realized that some people in their community couldn’t afford basic healthcare.

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