GIFFORD — It’s been a year since the Gifford Health Center opened its doors under the management of Treasure Coast Community Health, and reviews of the health care facility have been overwhelmingly positive.
“It’s really beginning to gel,” said Freddie Woolfork, who chairs the Gifford Health Council, a group of community leaders who led efforts to establish the full-service center that now sees both pediatric and adult patients.
“I’m happy to see health care moving forward in Gifford.”
Last year, Indian River County Hospital District trustees chose Treasure Coast Community Health as the center’s new medical provider after the Indian River County Health Department said it was closing their operations there because they could not sustain the clinic financially.
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