Now’s the time to train for the Nelson County Community Clinic’s 5K walk/run

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By Amy Taylor

Flaget Memorial Hospital helped lead a community effort to establish a clinic that would offer free basic medical care to the working uninsured population in Nelson County. Since it opened in 2006, the Nelson County Community Clinic (NCCC) has helped hundreds of people.

Marcella Arrendale was the first patient to be treated the night the NCCC opened. The single working mother of three girls had no health insurance when she noticed that her feet were swollen. Blood samples taken at the clinic revealed that Arrendale was facing a life-threatening condition: kidney failure.

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