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Rock Hill-based York County Free Clinic will begin offering services on Thursday mornings in the 204 Raile St. building owned by PATH in York. The goal is to better serve western York County residents. All services are free and are for people with no health insurance and who qualify for the care under income requirements. Services are offered by appointment; to schedule call 803-366-6337. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
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