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Clinic acquires building for $1.6M

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ST. PETERSBURG — The St. Petersburg Free Clinic has acquired a new building for its health center for $1.57 million.

The 7,000-square-foot building was purchased with funds from a gift from retired business executive David Baldwin, according to a press release. The new facility has eight exam rooms that will provide more space for additional volunteer specialists and equipment to diagnose and treat patients. The building also allows for the expansion of services related to diabetes and cardiovascular disease, two key health conditions that are top diagnoses for patients.

“We often serve as a primary care provider for our patients, and they frequently need help treating a wide range of health conditions,” says St. Petersburg Free Clinic Executive Director Beth Houghton. “This new building allows us to better meet the health care needs for our patients.”

Colliers Tampa Bay Director of Commercial Services Paula Clair Smith represented the Free Clinic in the purchase of the building from Women's Health Associates Real Estate Partnership. The St. Petersburg Free Clinic plans to move its Health Center into the building in mid-summer 2017.

The clinic provides free medical services for south and mid-Pinellas County adults who don't have adequate access to health care.


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