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Closed Schenectady free clinic transfers patients

Most going to Hometown Health or Ellis

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The Schenectady Free Health Clinic officially closed its doors to patients July 28 and is finishing up its two-month transition process, after announcing in June it had become impossible to meet its annual $525,000 operating costs. “We have been transferring our patients,” Executive Director William Spolyar said. “The majority of them are going to Hometown Health or Ellis Medicine.” The free clinic saw about 2,500 patients regularly — most of them uninsured and low-income. Rowie ...

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