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In brief: Closer to home

A pharmacy that serves low-income and uninsured people in York is moving closer to
the patients it serves.

A pharmacy that serves low-income and uninsured people in York is moving closer to
the patients it serves.

The Healthy Community Pharmacy plans to move in early August
from Roosevelt Avenue
to 116 S. George St.
in downtown York.

The pharmacy, a program of various York County
organizations, offers lower-cost medications and prescription drugs. Its new
location is within Family First Health, a federally qualified health center
providing medical and dental services to low-income and uninsured patients.

The move is a good one for Family First Health because many
of its patients use the pharmacy’s services, said Jennifer Englerth, Family
First’s executive director.

“It gives people a more centralized location,” she said. “It
puts everything in one place.”

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