Columbus City Council and PrimaryOne Health Celebrate Greater Access to Healthcare
more circling the block to find a place to park for the men and women who use
the PrimaryOne Health Center at 1180 E. Main Street. The City of Columbus is
constructing a new parking lot that will free up more than 40 spaces for those
who use the center.
September 7, at 10am, President Pro Tem Priscilla Tyson will join Charleta B.
Tavares, PrimaryOne Health CEO; Heather Robinson, PrimaryOne Health Main Street
Site Manager and patients to celebrate breaking ground on the new lot.
is a valued community resource," said Council President Pro Tem Tyson.
"We have to ensure access to parking in order for residents to take
advantage of the multitude of services that are provided at this location."
Health offers medical, dental, vision and specialty services for 37,339 people
our continued work to provide quality health services,” said PrimaryOne Health
CEO, Charleta Tavares, “this is one more barrier that we together are able to
remove so that our residents are able to access the care they need.”
one of the largest health centers in Columbus, this new lot will also help
staff keep the center running efficiently as patients are able to arrive on
time more easily.
is one of the few centers that offers both dental and vision services,"
Tyson continued. "I am proud we are able to increase access to
is providing approximately $775,000 for the lot.