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CareNet provides medical care to almost 5,300 people in first year

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By Chris Sardelli

Clarence Carpenter has a grand plan to offer inexpensive health care to everyone who needs it in Lancaster County. And through CareNet, he’s realizing that goal.

As executive director of CareNet, a local nonprofit group that provides medical services and medication for little or no cost, Carpenter said his organization has helped thousands of people in the county, as well as some from Chester County, since it opened in January 2008.

In total, CareNet has delivered medical care to almost 5,300 people.


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