Shari Doi

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

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Director of Healthy Way, a new health coverage program for the uninsured from the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

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On Monday thousands waited in line for hours just to get plastic wristbands, their tickets to a four-day free medical clinic at the Sports Arena in downtown Los Angeles.

Medical Treatment for Desperate Californians

On Monday thousands waited in line for hours just to get plastic wristbands, their tickets to a four-day free medical clinic at the Sports Arena in downtown Los Angeles.

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