Manatee County's Cheri Coryea writes down ideas from the Manatee Healthcare Advisory Board during July's breakthrough meeting in the administration building. As indicated on Coryea's sheet, the board came up with a proposal for a new criteria for indigent health care eligibility, which is 100 percent or below the federal poverty level.
Manatee County's Cheri Coryea writes down ideas from the Manatee Healthcare Advisory Board during July's breakthrough meeting in the administration building. As indicated on Coryea's sheet, the board came up with a proposal for a new criteria for indigent health care eligibility, which is 100 percent or below the federal poverty level. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
Manatee County's Cheri Coryea writes down ideas from the Manatee Healthcare Advisory Board during July's breakthrough meeting in the administration building. As indicated on Coryea's sheet, the board came up with a proposal for a new criteria for indigent health care eligibility, which is 100 percent or below the federal poverty level. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

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