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SMHC and Kora Shriners sponsoring free clinic to help local children access medical services available at Shriners Hospitals for Children

May 11, 2017

Southern Maine Health Care (SMHC) is partnering with Kora Shriners to offer a screening clinic at SMHC’s Partial Hospitalization Program in Biddeford on Saturday, May 13 from 9 a.m. to noon. The clinic with help local children up to age 18 with orthopedic conditions, burn injuries, spinal cord injuries or cleft lip and palate, benefit from the specialized care offered at Shriners Hospitals, where all the care is provided, regardless of a family’s ability to pay, availability of insurance coverage or relationship to a Shriner.

SMHC providers will conduct the screenings at:

Saturday, May 13
9 a.m. to noon

Children up to age 18 - No appointment necessary. For more information, contact Tim Luttrell at (207) 754-4706 or Kora Shriners at (207) 782-6831.

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