La Plata County children lack health-care help

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La Plata County children lack health-care help

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Dr. Pakhi Chaudhuri shows Lyn O’Brien the growth, weight and head circumference development of her 15-month-old twins Joseph Clancy O’Brien and Molly Shannon O’Brien, right, two of the fortunate patients at Pediatric Associates of Durango that are insured.
Registered Nurse Nancy Farrar measures the head circumference of a 15-month-old insured child, Molly Shannon O’Brien, during a wellness check at Pediatric Associates of Durango.
“My baby,” said 22-month-old Jaelyn Alston as her parents, Maria Rivera, left, and Justin Alston, introduce her to her 1-day-old brother Justin Alston at Mercy Regional Medical Center’s birthing center in Durango.
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La Plata County children lack health-care help

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Dr. Pakhi Chaudhuri shows Lyn O’Brien the growth, weight and head circumference development of her 15-month-old twins Joseph Clancy O’Brien and Molly Shannon O’Brien, right, two of the fortunate patients at Pediatric Associates of Durango that are insured.
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Registered Nurse Nancy Farrar measures the head circumference of a 15-month-old insured child, Molly Shannon O’Brien, during a wellness check at Pediatric Associates of Durango.
“My baby,” said 22-month-old Jaelyn Alston as her parents, Maria Rivera, left, and Justin Alston, introduce her to her 1-day-old brother Justin Alston at Mercy Regional Medical Center’s birthing center in Durango.
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