Central Ohio schools ground zero for new medical facilities

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Meeting the health needs of a community is the goal of healthcare provider PrimaryOne Health, and to touch more lives, it is opening two new health centers in what can be described as the heartbeat of any community – a school.

For so many communities, the school represents a center of growth, a safe space, and a community gathering spot. For those reasons, Columbus-based PrimaryOne Health is breaking ground at two public school sites for its latest community health centers.

“What we looked at is where we could meet children and where we could advance healthcare for an underserved population,” said Charleta B. Tavares, CEO of PrimaryOne Health.

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