Tahmina Rahman, right, a second year resident, examined Helen Phillips, left, on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at the Fresno-based Sierra Vista Family Medicine Residency Program, which will end in June. A new Teaching Health Center program at Valley Health Team, scheduled to open July 1 in Fresno, received $2.2 million Wednesday from CalViva Health, a locally governed Medi-Cal managed care plan.
Tahmina Rahman, right, a second year resident, examined Helen Phillips, left, on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at the Fresno-based Sierra Vista Family Medicine Residency Program, which will end in June. A new Teaching Health Center program at Valley Health Team, scheduled to open July 1 in Fresno, received $2.2 million Wednesday from CalViva Health, a locally governed Medi-Cal managed care plan. BARBARA ANDERSON THE FRESNO BEE
Tahmina Rahman, right, a second year resident, examined Helen Phillips, left, on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at the Fresno-based Sierra Vista Family Medicine Residency Program, which will end in June. A new Teaching Health Center program at Valley Health Team, scheduled to open July 1 in Fresno, received $2.2 million Wednesday from CalViva Health, a locally governed Medi-Cal managed care plan. BARBARA ANDERSON THE FRESNO BEE

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