UC Davis second-year medical student Alisha Othieno, left, examines patient Maricella Moran at the Imani Clinic in Sacramento on Saturday. Imani Clinic is a UC Davis medical student-run clinic that helps folks in the south Sacramento area get some basic services. Medi-Cal patients hoping to get primary care services sometimes face long wait times at hospitals or centers, so this student-run clinic helps individuals who fall between the cracks.
UC Davis second-year medical student Alisha Othieno, left, examines patient Maricella Moran at the Imani Clinic in Sacramento on Saturday. Imani Clinic is a UC Davis medical student-run clinic that helps folks in the south Sacramento area get some basic services. Medi-Cal patients hoping to get primary care services sometimes face long wait times at hospitals or centers, so this student-run clinic helps individuals who fall between the cracks. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
UC Davis second-year medical student Alisha Othieno, left, examines patient Maricella Moran at the Imani Clinic in Sacramento on Saturday. Imani Clinic is a UC Davis medical student-run clinic that helps folks in the south Sacramento area get some basic services. Medi-Cal patients hoping to get primary care services sometimes face long wait times at hospitals or centers, so this student-run clinic helps individuals who fall between the cracks. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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