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'The Dr. Oz Show' and the National Association of Free Clinics Host One Day Free Public Health Clinic at Houston's Reliant Convention Center on September 26
Date:9/22/2009

nsus data reveals has the highest percentage of uninsured people in the country with 25.2 percent. In Harris County, where the city of Houston is located, there are 1.3 Million people without health insurance. An estimated 47 million Americans are without some form of health insurance. Free clinics historically have provided care to those who lack insurance, but there has an increase in the volume of patients at free clinics in recent months. Recently the largest free clinic on record was held in Los Angeles at the Staples Center with 1,500 patients served, making national headline news and bringing the problem into public consciousness.

Important:

  • Doors open at 6:30 AM for on-site registration
  • People who are UNINSURED between the ages of 6 and 65 are eligible for services
  • People looking to receive services should Pre-Register by calling 211 for an appointment
  • Those interested in volunteering may signup online at www.regonline.com/tcare.

About "The Dr. Oz Show"

The Dr. Oz Show" is an entertaining, high octane, multi-topic hour that is equal parts life saving information combined with an "embarrassment-free zone" sensibility where nothing is off limits or out of bounds. It's all about YOU - the viewer - and what matters to you, your family, your health and your well-being. "The Dr. Oz Show" is co-produced by ZoCo Productions, LLC and Sony Pictures Television. "The Dr. Oz Show" is executive produced by Mindy Borman; Amy Chiaro is co-executive producer. The show is filmed in front of a studio audience in Studio 6A in New York's legendary Rockefeller Center.

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