Lifespan cuts ribbon on new ambulatory care center

PROVIDENCE - Lifespan Corp. cut the ribbon today on a new medical center that supplements The Miriam Hospital and offers primary care. The Lifespan Ambulatory Care Center, a three-story 57,000 square-foot building on Corliss Street, will house a number of clinics, including a men’s health center and infectious diseases and immunology center. Dedicated to the…

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