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New dental core eyed for Bristol's downtown

BRISTOL — For roughly half a decade, a internal nonprofit has sought to set adult a Addison County Dental Center, a dental trickery for low- to moderate-income citizens. Now, with Bristol health comforts changeable spaces and one hospital requesting for special sovereign status, chair of a center’s board, Peg Martin, thinks a nonprofit’s stars competence finally align in Bristol.

Martin and a center’s house wish to work with city officials to obtain sovereign appropriation to set adult a dental core in a Park Street building that Bristol Internal Medicine is leaving.

Around 5 years ago, a dental core perceived $200,000 in federal

Article source: http://www.addisonindependent.com/201207new-dental-center-eyed-bristols-downtown

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