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Hand Up for Health program offers non-traditional medical services and care

Unity Care NW program finds creative ways to meet preventative health care needs

A woman with brown hair with a stethoscope around her neck and wearing a blue mask, holds a white box while looking at a woman with brown hair.
A nurse at Unity Care NW explains a blood glucose monitor. The nonprofit's Hand Up for Health program is providing non-traditional medical care to a growing number of patients. (Photo courtesy of Unity Care NW)
By Annie Todd Criminal Justice/Enterprise Reporter
A small wired cart can go a long way for someone with medical issues who needs to carry bags of groc
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