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May 8, 2019
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE TO HOST RIBBON-CUTTING FOR FSU PRIMARYHEALTH
The Florida State University College of Medicine will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday for its new primary-care health center, FSU PrimaryHealth. The center will see its first patients next week in a brand-new facility in southwest Tallahassee.
Among those slated to attend the ribbon-cutting are Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey, Leon County Commissioner Jimbo Jackson, FSU Vice President for Finance and Administration Kyle Clark, Sabal Palm Elementary School Principal Anicia Robinson, College of Medicine Dean John P. Fogarty and Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Community Affairs Daniel Van Durme.
The center was established to meet community health needs in Leon and surrounding counties. All care will be provided by board-certified faculty members of the College of Medicine.
FSU PrimaryHealth has been scheduling appointments since early April and will welcome its first patients Monday, May 13.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place:
FRIDAY, MAY 10
2911 ROBERTS AVE.
Immediately afterward, media will have an opportunity to tour the new facility. On Saturday, a community open house is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition to tours, attendees will have an opportunity to meet the clinicians, get free health screenings and schedule an appointment.
Click here for more information about FSU PrimaryHealth.
Directions to FSU PrimaryHealth: From West Pensacola Street, travel south on Mabry Street to Roberts Avenue. Turn right and continue to Eisenhower Street. Parking is available at the site (enter off Eisenhower).