Venice Clinic
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Once highly renowned as the largest free clinic in the country, all that has changed somewhat over the last few years. It has grown larger, now having twelve sites throughout Venice and the quality of care has increased, but at a cost. The poor and those without health care are still welcomed with open arms, since there is no monetary charge; no one is entirely sure how, but the Vampires have taken complete control of the organization and make no secret of it. Fees for treatment come with a ‘donation’ requirement; infectious patients may have someone give on their behalf but all services have the blood price. Generally contracts are made where a patient will be required to give a certain amount on a regular basis over a period of time to ‘cover expenses’. With health care still a problem for many, it seems a small price to pay.

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