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Magic Johnson Dedicates New AIDS Clinic In FL

 

photo: Michael Murphy

Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Alonzo Mourning Dedicate AHF’s North Miami AIDS Clinic Named in Magic’s Honor

State-of-the-art Healthcare Center Offers HIV/AIDS Patients Improved Access to Quality Care, Services

  

MIAMI ¾ Alonzo Mourning (left) joined good friend and fellow NBA legend and successful entrepreneur, Earvin “Magic” Johnson and officials from AIDS Healthcare Foundation including AIDS Healthcare Foundation President Michael Weinstein and AHF Clinic Medical Director Dr. Deborah Holmes to dedicate a state-ofthe-art AIDS Healthcare Center serving people throughout Miami that is named in Magic’s honor.  The AHF Magic Johnson Healthcare Center, which currently serves about 570 clients, is on the campus of Jackson North Hospital in North Miami Beach and provides quality HIV/AIDS care and significant outreach to some underserved populations in greater Miami. www.aidshealth.org

 

“It feels good to know that my passion to serve Urban America has not gone unnoticed,” said Johnson, Chairman and Founder of the Magic Johnson Foundation. “AIDS Healthcare Foundation is a wonderful partner, and I look forward to continuing our efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS.”

 

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