Health Care Access and Utilization Among Latino Immigrants

The Latino immigrant population settling in Charlotte, North Carolina, has grown at a rate of over 634% since 1990. The health care system has had difficulty responding to the needs of this unique population. When Latino immigrants do access health care services, it is inconsistent and fragmented. T...

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Volume: 5
Main Author: Coffman, Maren J
Shobe, Marcia A
Dmochowski, Jacek
Fox, Shanna D
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Thousand Oaks SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC 01.06.2007
published in: Hispanic health care international Vol. 5; no. 2; pp. 73 - 80
Data of publication: 2007-06-01
ISSN: 1540-4153
EISSN: 1938-8993
Discipline: Public Health
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