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County health board focuses on dental clinic

January 30, 2013

Keeping the Southeastern Ohio Dental Clinic operational took center stage as the Washington County Board of Health continued efforts to cut health department costs and increase revenue during a......

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Jan-30-13 12:56 PM

Payroll and benefits for 19 employees is 64,000.00. That is an average of $3,368.43 per employee. Are you hiring?

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Jan-30-13 10:39 AM

Why was the grant lossed in the first place? The Dental Clinic is a very important part of this city. It seems to me there has to be more than 1 grant to help the clinic to stay open. This isn't the first time that Washington County has lost money because someone is not doing their job or they don't give out the money given to the county and then lose it. This seems just another way to not care about the poor or for people that don't have insurance. This is very serious when you have teeth you HAVE to get out because itis causing a constant infection, people can die from this. There has to be other grants to help this situation. The government has thousands of grants you just have to find them, or does this take too much time to find so that something like this clinic can stay open for people that this is all they have.

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Jan-30-13 9:03 AM

Just one thing. This place is a county ran service so why isn't Jobs & Family services sending over some assistance recipients to vacuum the floor and dust but tacking on additional duties to the staff?

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