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LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) – A large energy businesses has set up a temporary clinic in southwestern Louisiana’s Cameron Parish, after Hurricane Laura heavily damaged one of its rural health facilities.

Cameron LNG, which operates a liquified natural gas facility in Hackberry, leased a temporary building in the southwest Louisiana town. The American Press reports that building is being used to operate a health clinic while the West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital’s Rural Health Clinic is being repaired.

The article goes on to state the following:

Jobie James, the hospital’s chief financial officer, said the temporary clinic to serve nearly 500 patients opened two weeks ago, with the permanent clinic expected to reopen early next year.

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