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New Orleans Clinics, Hospitals Still Struggling

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New Orleans Clinics, Hospitals Still Struggling

New Orleans Clinics, Hospitals Still Struggling

New Orleans Clinics, Hospitals Still Struggling

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Cars lined up before sunrise in East New Orleans outside the Operation Blessing health clinic. Rob Ballenger, NPR hide caption

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Hurricane Katrina ravaged much of the health care system in New Orleans, and many hospitals and clinics are still having difficulty as they re-open in their communities.

Residents in the most devastated areas of the New Orleans metro area often are forced to go to extremes to get medical attention.

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