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Sutton’s Refugee Health Program has helped hundreds (access required)

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James Sutton, a U.S. Army medic turned physician’s assistant, has initiated numerous programs to address specific, often unmet, community health needs. As the director of community medicine for Rochester Regional Health, he has helped people from multiple generations and across many demographics. In 2009, for example, Sutton developed a program that allowed him to screen refugees ...

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