Capital improvement funds to benefit some state clinics
Other Oklahoma health centers that will receive funding include:
• Community Health Centers Inc. of Midwest City, which will get $3.4 million to expand its capacity and $500,000 for immediate improvements to facilities;
• Oklahoma Commun
• The Central Oklahoma Family Medical Center in Konawa will receive $270,000;
• Morton Comprehensive Health Services in Tulsa will receive $491,605 for immediate improvements.
The grants were awarded through a competition that involved independent reviewers scoring each application, said Mary Wake
If the federal health care law is overturned by the Supreme Court, it's unclear whether the government would be able to recover the money.
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