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Improved clinic coming to Ellaville

An improved clinic is coming to Ellaville. (Source: WALB) An improved clinic is coming to Ellaville. (Source: WALB)
Phoebe Sumter CEO Brandi Lunneborg (Source: WALB) Phoebe Sumter CEO Brandi Lunneborg (Source: WALB)
It will have community space for classes and health events and more exam rooms for doctors to treat more patients. (Source: WALB) It will have community space for classes and health events and more exam rooms for doctors to treat more patients. (Source: WALB)
SUMTER CO., GA (WALB) -

An improved clinic is coming to Ellaville.

Phoebe purchased land at 339 Broad Street which will be the future home of the existing Phoebe Sumter Ellaville Primary Medicine Clinic.

It will have community space for classes and health events and more exam rooms for doctors to treat more patients.

"They're excited to have a brand new clinic. A much bigger space, we hope it will also improve flow for the patients that actually come to our current clinic," said Phoebe Sumter CEO Brandi Lunneborg.

Construction is set to begin in October.

The clinic should open in February.

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