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March 25, 2010 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-25

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For 5 years Project Chessed, a program of

Jewish Family Service, has been providing

access to health care for low-income,

uninsured adults. Created as a collaborative

between the Jewish community, health care

institutions and individual providers, Project

Chessed is an access network connecting

the uninsured to a comprehensive

network of pro-bono care. More than

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2,500 individuals have been connected to

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physicians, treatments and prescription

medications through this unique program.

Project Chessed partners with over 600

Sunday April 25, 2010

dedicated medical professionals and the

following health care institutions:

Oakland Community College Orchard Ridge Campus

> William Beaumont Hospitals

> Botsford Hospital

Enter from Farmington Road at 12 Mile

> Detroit Medical Center

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> Henry Ford Health System

> Karmanos Cancer Institute

*Timed Walk/Run Available

> Michigan Endoscopy Center

> Millennium Diagnostic Center

Each step you take brings an uninsured person a step closer to health care.

> Providence Hospital & Medical Center

> St. Joseph Mercy Oakland

> St. John Macomb

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