Surgeon Treats Over 100,000 Patients Unable To Pay For Health Care
October 23, 2015
When a doctor grew concerned with patients being put on waiting lists because they could not afford treatment, he started his own clinics — and treated people, whether they could pay or not.
Since 2010, Dr. Daniel Ivankovich and his nonprofit have treated more than 100,000 uninsured or underinsured patients in Chicago's troubled neighborhoods.
"We never turn away a patient," Dr. Ivankovich told CNN. "The greatest thing we give them is hope."
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