Blackstone Valley Community Health Care breaks ground for its Neighborhood Health Station

AT THE OCT. 8 GROUNDBREAKING, from left, are: patient Melanie Slivka, Rhode Island Health Center Association President and CEO Jane Hayward, Neighborhood Health Plan of RI CEO Peter Marino, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline, Central Falls Mayor James A. Diossa, Blackstone Valley Community Health Center Senior Clinical and Population Health Officer Michael Fine, Emmy-Award-winning actress and former Central Falls resident Viola Davis, BVCHC Executive Director Raymond Lavoie, Dr. Pablo Rodriguez and R.I. Foundation President and CEO Neil Steinberg. / PHOTO BY STEPHEN SPENCER
AT THE OCT. 8 GROUNDBREAKING, from left, are: patient Melanie Slivka, Rhode Island Health Center Association President and CEO Jane Hayward, Neighborhood Health Plan of RI CEO Peter Marino, U.S. Congressman David Cicilline, Central Falls Mayor James A. Diossa, Blackstone Valley Community Health Center Senior Clinical and Population Health Officer Michael Fine, Emmy-Award-winning actress and former Central Falls resident Viola Davis, BVCHC Executive Director Raymond Lavoie, Dr. Pablo Rodriguez and R.I. Foundation President and CEO Neil Steinberg. / PHOTO BY STEPHEN SPENCER
CENTRAL FALLS – The Oct. 8 groundbreaking of a 47,000-square-foot Neighborhood Health Station, at 1000 Broad St. in Central Falls, represents the culmination of three years of community planning, negotiating and finding financing, Blackstone Valley Community Health Care reported in a recent statement. BVCHC currently provides health care for approximately 40 percent of Central Falls’…

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