“We have been scared about this for the past month,” said Dr. Vanosia Faison, chief medical officer for Montgomery-based Health Services Inc., which has treated about 35,000 people throughout the state. “Patients have no idea what is at stake.”

“We have been scared about this for the past month,” said Dr. Vanosia Faison, chief medical officer for Montgomery-based Health Services Inc., which has treated about 35,000 people throughout the state. “Patients have no idea what is at stake.”

Alabama health care providers uneasy about CHIP, health center funding

Congress missed deadline to renew funding for children’s insurance program

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