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    504HealthNet Marks the 10-year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

    NEW ORLEANS—504HealthNet executive director Susan Todd released the following statement on the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. “It has been ten years since our city was changed momentously by Hurricane Katrina. In the past decade we have grown in ways we could not have imagined. Through...
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    504HealthNet in the News

    By the time patients arrive at Dr. Monir Shalaby's office at the EXCELth clinic in New Orleans, they have run out of options: Most have little or no income, no health insurance and, usually, a heap of health issues. Ten years ago, their options shrunk to nothing when Hurricane Katrina's storm...
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    504HealthNet in the News

    NEW ORLEANS -- As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, the city has begun an all-out effort to let people know there is treatment for the difficult emotions that people may be feeling. "Images of those stranded and their stories of survival are seared into our minds and our...
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    504HealthNet in the News

    Access Health Louisiana (AHL) is marking National Health Center Week 2015 (NHCW) with a special Voter Registration Drive as well as a Coloring Contest for Children in all its Community Health Centers in seven parishes in south Louisiana.

    This is part of a weeklong campaign (Aug. 9-15) to...

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    504HealthNet in the News

    Some had no place to go or no wheels to take them. The sick and the elderly waited helplessly. Thousands stayed for their pets or figured they’d just ride it out as they had before. In a pinch, there was always the Superdome. Roxy Wright was too connected to get stuck like that. Wright...