Michael Jordan Opens Second Health Clinic For Uninsured People

Michael  Jordan is giving back. The NBA legend is becoming a health care champion to people in need in Charlotte. Novant Health announced Thursday that the Hornets’ owner was opening a second health clinic in an underserved area of Charlotte that has little or no health care.

It’s part of a $7 million commitment Jordan made three years ago to help the community, and the result of his outreach is making a huge impact.


Via CNN:

“The impact of the first clinic has been measurable and if COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is the importance of having accessible, safe and quality care in communities that need it most. Michael Jordan’s commitment to improving the health of our communities, and society, is deep-rooted,” Carl Armato, CEO and president of Novant Health, said in a statement.

MJ hasn’t always been known for giving back, but it seems as he’s getting older, his priorities to help out those in need have changed. Just another reason he’s The GOAT.

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