Dr. Madhumathi Gunasekaran examines John Pike at the Northgate II clinic in Camden, N.J.
April 3, 2013 Residents of an apartment building in Camden, N.J., racked up more than $1 million a year in hospital admissions and trips to the ER over about a decade. In response, a community group opened a doctor's office on the ground floor. But at first, residents weren't as eager to go as doctors had hoped.
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August 9, 2010 Officials apparently found a way to save Camden, N.J.'s libraries by joining them to the county's.
August 6, 2010 Camden, N.J is threatening to close its three libraries by year's end due to a lack of money. It's rare for entire systems to close.
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