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MEDIA ADVISORY

CONTACT: Melissa Powell, College of Medicine
(850) 645-9699; Melissa.powell@med.fsu.edu

May 15, 2018

FSU TO BREAK GROUND ON NEW PRIMARY-CARE HEALTH CENTER

 


The Florida State University College of Medicine will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for its planned new primary-care health center — FSU PrimaryHealth, which is expected to open for patients in early 2019.

Among those participating in the groundbreaking will be FSU President John Thrasher, FSU College of Medicine Dean John P. Fogarty and Leon County Commissioner Jimbo Jackson.

When it opens, FSU PrimaryHealth will be the first full-service, primary-care health center in southwest Tallahassee, covering a range of primary- and behavioral-health needs. Patient care will be provided by FSU College of Medicine faculty physicians in family medicine and pediatrics.

The groundbreaking ceremony will take place:

THURSDAY, MAY 17

4 P.M.

FUTURE SITE OF FSU PrimaryHealth

2911 ROBERTS AVE.

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

 


Directions: From West Pensacola Street, travel south on Mabry Street to Roberts Avenue. Turn right and continue to the intersection of Roberts Avenue and Eisenhower Street. Parking is available at the site (enter off Eisenhower).

 

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