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OKG Newsletter

Topic: variety care

Healthy variety

With an $18 million capital campaign, Variety Care expands its primary medical care services to the uninsured and underinsured.


Brendan Hoover
While politicians talk about reducing the nation’s health care costs, a nonprofit in Central Oklahoma is actually doing it.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Capitol care

A health care center is launching a freestanding facility at Capitol Hill High School in south OKC.


Rachael Cervenka
A disadvantaged Oklahoma City high school has high hopes for change now that its community will begin receiving onsite access to medical care.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Bad taste

Letters to the Editor

Kate C. Arnold
I was excited to see your article covering the wonderful Variety Care nonprofit (Rachael Cervenka, “Capitol care,” March 20, Oklahoma Gazette). The work they are doing is truly needed, as Oklahoma is consistently among the 10 states with the highest teen pregnancy rates.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Hit the books

Health organizations donate the gift of lifelong learning in the form of thousands of books and expanding other programs.


Alissa Lindsey
Variety Care, a nonprofit, family-based Oklahoma healthcare center, is working with Reach Out and Read to triple the number of clinics that will offer free books and literacy-rich environments to children.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014