A Denver, Colorado doctor runs a clinic that finds creative solutions to treat a large refugee and immigrant population
Dr. P.J. Parmar started Mango House 10 years ago to provide health care to refugees in Aurora, Colorado. But the center goes beyond standard primary care with an entire ecosystem at the site of dentistry, after-school programs, English classes, legal help, nine stores and six restaurants owned and run by refugees. “This is what I call a medical home,” Parmar says. Read the Full Article.