2018 Arlington Free Clinic board

Members of the 2018 board of directors of the Arlington Free Clinic. (Photo by Lawrence Cheng)

The Arlington Free Clinic has received a $15,000 grant from AT&T to support technology needs.

The funding will allow the clinic to further its transition to cloud-based technology, which will allow greater collaboration among staff at various sites throughout the facility.

“AT&T’s support will enable the Arlington Free Clinic to strengthen its tech infrastructure so they can focus on their core mission and better deliver health-care services to those in need,” said Garrett McGuire, AT&T’s regional director for Virginia external affairs.

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CJE

The "Arlington" Free Clinic is another provider of expensive services to non-residents at the expense of Arlington residents.

jna

Another bunch of wealthy Progressive aka Liberal Do-Gooders who want to provide healthcare for every indigent around the Region on the Arlington taxpayer's dime.

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