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Monday, March 17, 2014 - U.S. Sen. Carl Levin visits new clinic to serve area homeless

U.S. Sen. Carl Levin visited the new clinic for area homeless today that he helped make possible. He toured the facility and got to hear about the remarkable successes the clinic is already having just a few weeks after opening.

Sparrow collaborated with Volunteers of America Michigan (VOAMI) to open the new medical clinic in Lansing, the first such project between a health system and VOAMI in Michigan.

The clinic is located at 430 North Larch St. in Lansing, and each year will serve an estimated 3,400 underserved Patients, many of whom are physically disabled and/or suffer from mental illness.

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Sparrow is proud to support the premieres of a documentary on how leaders kept General Motors investing the region! https://t.co/AAUgRjoXh7

Spartan Marching Band For Kids Concert, Sept. 21, supporting the Sparrow Children’s Center and the MSU Marching Band. http://t.co/BSrvtD9MY8

Videos on SparrowTV

Surgery was performed for the first time on a Patient diagnosed at the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. Click here to watch.

The Sparrow Children’s Center received a $15,000 donation because of a young Patient's efforts. Click here to watch. 

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