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New Flatbush Ave. clinic to focus on diabetes, maternal care

The newest Morris Heights Health Center location is at 1095 Flatbush Ave. Photo by Larisa Karr.

BROOKLYN — Winnie Deshommes arrived in Flatbush from Haiti, she was grieving and unsure what to do about her health. 

Back home, she had suffered two miscarriages. Now in a new country, barely able to navigate around because of the language barrier and seeking information about what had happened to her. Then, she found the newly-opened Morris Heights Health Clinic (MHHC) on Flatbush Ave.

“I don’t speak English, so I found a lot of help there,” said Deshommes, a Flatbush resident who is searching for work. “From the executives to the personnel, they gave good services and I will always go whenever I can.”

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