Will we have new City Health Centers for the Northeast? Attend Community Meetings – Updated locations

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Attend Community Meetings to Demand Quality Health Care February 20, 21 and the 27th.

There is only one City Health Center in the entire Northeast and wait times for appointments can be up to a year for adults and 5 months for children

The City has planned to build two new health centers in the Lower Northeast to serve over 46,000 new patients.

A small group of neighbors have opposed these, even though the Northeast has far fewer Health Centers than anywhere else in Philadelphia. 

We need the new Health Centers.  Please attend the meetings to speak up for decent health care services for the Northeast.  Let City Councilperson Quetcy Lozado know you support these Health centers.  (215) 686-3448.

Attend one of these meetings to support Quality Health Care in the Northeast:

Houseman Rec Center 5091 Summerdale Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19124 Tuesday, February 20th at 6:00pm

Juniata Boys and Girls Club – 1230 E Cayuga St, Philadelphia, PA  19124
Wednesday, Feb 21st, 6:30PM-8PM

Olney Presbyterian Church
– 5435 N 3rd St (3rd & Tabor)
Tuesday, Feb 27th, 6:30PM-8PM

For more information call Philadelphia Unemployment Project 112 N. Broad St. Philadelphia PA 19102   267-975-4706

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