Crusader Community Health discusses their dental program serving 14,000 children, 52,000 patients annually and involves a sliding fee scale. Crusader Community Health has rated 98% in their last patient survey." />
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Gordon Eggers, Jr
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Gordon Eggers, Jr, Crusader Community Health discusses their dental program serving 14,000 children, 52,000 patients annually and involves a sliding fee scale. Crusader Community Health has rated 98% in their last patient survey.
Hosted by: Paul LisnekProduced by: Greater Chicago Newsmakers Team
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