School-based health clinics across the city are under threat and facing potential closure or serious staff shortages because of Albany’s budget cuts and a change in the State Department of Health’s funding formula. “It is having a devastating effect on the field,” said Sarah Murphy, of the New York School-Based Health Alliance.
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