Low Income Dental Service Opening In Dodge City

KSCB News - September 3, 2010 12:00 am

Three groups from Garden City have opened a dental clinic for low-income residents of Dodge City.

The clinic is a project of the United Methodist Mexican-American Ministries, the Oral Health Taskforce and the Ford County Oral Health Commission.

Executive director Stephanie Waggoner says the clinic will be open three days a week. It will have four chairs in operation, with services provided by volunteer dentists and dental staff. The organizers are looking for a full-time dentist.

The clinic in Garden City served 545 patients in 2008, which increased to 2,735 visits last ye

 

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