Anita Denson, a patient account representative at Bluegrass Community Health in Lexington, is assigned to helping people sign up for health care.
Anita Denson, a patient account representative at Bluegrass Community Health in Lexington, is assigned to helping people sign up for health care. Herald-Leader
Anita Denson, a patient account representative at Bluegrass Community Health in Lexington, is assigned to helping people sign up for health care. Herald-Leader

As deadline nears, many uninsured Fayette County residents haven't signed up

March 11, 2014 02:35 PM

UPDATED January 16, 2015 03:28 PM

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