The Big Story: May 13, 2019

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(Left to right) Jason Rybicki, vice president of FSU PrimaryHealth’s community advisory board; Daniel Van Durme, senior associate dean for clinical and community affairs; Anicia Robinson, principal of Sabal Palm Elementary; and Johnnie Seals, a neighborhood resident and job-site superintendent for Childers Construction, cut the ribbon at the College of Medicine's new primary-care health health center, FSU PrimaryHealth.(Left to right) Jason Rybicki, vice president of FSU PrimaryHealth’s community advisory board; Daniel Van Durme, senior associate dean for clinical and community affairs; Anicia Robinson, principal of Sabal Palm Elementary; and Johnnie Seals, a neighborhood resident and job-site superintendent for Childers Construction, cut the ribbon at the College of Medicine’s new primary-care health health center, FSU PrimaryHealth.

Tallahassee’s newest home for primary care is ready for business, and it’s wearing the FSU brand. On May 10, the ceremonial ribbon was cut in front of the new FSU PrimaryHealth center at Roberts Avenue and Eisenhower Street in southwest Tallahassee. “This is really a major step forward for the College of Medicine in practicing what we have been teaching for the past 15 years,” Senior Associate Dean Daniel Van Durme said.

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