Public health authority meets today
August 18, 2004
BY KIM NORRIS
FREE PRESS BUSINESS WRITER
More than a year after the idea was conceived, the state's first public health authority, dedicated to serving more than 700,000 poor and uninsured people in Wayne County, is to hold its first public meeting today.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm, whose efforts to address the health care crisis in Detroit led to the creation of the Detroit Wayne County Health Authority, is expected to attend the meeting at the St. Francis Cabrini Clinic, 1050 Porter St., Detroit.
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