Linking the past to the present: Los Angeles center welcomes community

Gaufin, Joyce
February 2014
Nation's Health;Feb2014, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p3
The author commends the development of the Wellness Center at the Historic General Hospital in Boyle Heights in Los Angeles, California which she thinks will address the gap in public health.


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