Brooklyn's uninsured turn to local clinics

Local clinics in Brooklyn have become the health option of choice for many of the borough's uninsured residents.Some doctors at the clinics worry if a

BROOKLYN - Local clinics in Brooklyn have become the health option of choice for many of the borough's uninsured residents.

Some doctors at the clinics worry if a public option is added to President Barack Obama's planned health care overhaul, their waiting rooms will become more crowded and compromise quality care.

"If we insure millions more people, we need to have doctors to see them," says one doctor.

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