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Free Clinic becomes essential part of health care

11:56 AM, Apr. 26, 2013
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The Saint Vincent de Paul Clinic came about as a result of local physicians who recognized that many health needs of the community were going unmet. It was obvious that a health care alternative was needed to help local individuals who required service but couldn't afford it. Doctors James and Christy O'Dea along with Dr. Christian Lee, current free clinic medical director, were instrumental for making this vision a reality.

In June of 2004, The Wausau Daily Herald ran an article announcing the opening of the free clinic and the organizers said the clinic would treat temporary ailments such ...

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