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Free health clinic set

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Need to see a doctor, but can't afford it? A free health clinic is set from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Harmony Clinic at 201 E. Roosevelt. Details:

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What: The Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA) are organizing a Free Health Care day in Little Rock, AR as part of APPNA’s nationwide Free Health Care Day. Doctors expect people from all ethinicities to receive health care as part of the day. 

When: Saturday, June 5th from 9AM-12PM  

Where: Harmony Health CLINIC

201East Roosevelt Rd,

Little Rock, AR 72206

501-375-4400 

Who: Dr. Shagufta Siddiqui

           Dr. Sunbal Zafar

            Dr. Lubna Maroof

            Dr. M. Saif Siddiqui

            Dr. Muhammad Jaffar 

A full list of events and locations is available: www.appna.org  

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