Jeff Taborsky was able to get help from Project Access to diagnose his thyroid disease. In 2012, Taborsky lost 40 pounds in six weeks before being diagnosed. Project Access provides the uninsured with free medical care and treatment. Getting medical treatment helped Taborsky get back to work doing maintenance at Southlake Village Apartments. (Sept. 3, 2014)
Jeff Taborsky was able to get help from Project Access to diagnose his thyroid disease. In 2012, Taborsky lost 40 pounds in six weeks before being diagnosed. Project Access provides the uninsured with free medical care and treatment. Getting medical treatment helped Taborsky get back to work doing maintenance at Southlake Village Apartments. (Sept. 3, 2014) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Jeff Taborsky was able to get help from Project Access to diagnose his thyroid disease. In 2012, Taborsky lost 40 pounds in six weeks before being diagnosed. Project Access provides the uninsured with free medical care and treatment. Getting medical treatment helped Taborsky get back to work doing maintenance at Southlake Village Apartments. (Sept. 3, 2014) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle

Funding cuts may affect Project Access, which gives care to uninsured in Sedgwick County

September 04, 2014 07:10 AM

UPDATED September 04, 2014 05:37 PM

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