Holiday Hope: Access Carroll staff ‘battle’ to provide health care for low-income, uninsured residents

If Access Carroll did not provide medical, dental, and behavioral health services, thousands of Carroll residents would likely be forced to rely on emergency room visits for primary care. “I really feel that we would have a huge spike in people going back to the emergency department," executive director Tammy Black said in an interview. Or not receiving health care at all, she said. Black would know. She’s been a nurse in the emergency room. (Balt. Sun)


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