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The Montgomery County Council has unanimously approved a $450,000 initiative to start a mobile medical clinic for the county’s children. The county’s Department of Health and Human Services said in a release that the clinic will help provide primary care and necessary vaccinations for “uninsured, underinsured and under-resourced children” across the county.
The funds, procured through a special appropriation in the FY22 budget, will be matched by the Robert I. Schattner Foundation, which will donate up to $450,000 directly to the non-profit organization Casa Ruben, Inc.
We are committed to preventative care and quality health services through clinical care and community outreach programs. Our clinic also specializes in Pediatrics and Family Medicine.
Dr. Ligia Peralta highlights the work Casa Ruben has been doing in the community.
Dr. Peralta talked to Telemundo Network about the a massive E. Coli infection due to a bacteria found on lettuces from fast food restaurant.