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Dr. H. Jack Geiger says, “I think community health centers have the potential now to become the backbone of a national primary care network.’’ Dr. H. Jack Geiger says, “I think community health centers have the potential now to become the backbone of a national primary care network.’’ (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
April 12, 2010

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Dr. H. Jack Geiger, 84, has seen health and human rights as inseparable, stemming from his days as a visiting medical student in South Africa in the 1950s and as a physician bringing health care to impoverished people in the rural South during the civil rights movement. He cofounded the community health center movement with Dr. Count Gibson, starting in ... (Full article: 486 words)

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