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Medical Care for the Community’s Most Vulnerable


Premier Community HealthCare provided medical care to 25,000 patients last year, and of those, 43% were uninsured. And nine out of 10 reported incomes at or below the poverty level.

Premier provides underserved people with a wide range of accessible, comprehensive care, including primary medicine, OB/GYN, dental care, pediatrics and behavioral health. The nonprofit has served Pasco County for 38 years, and will expand to serve Hernando County patients in May.

On its first Give Day, it’s raising funds to further support the medical care provided to the indigent and homeless people who have no means to pay.

Laura Fontanills, B2 Communications

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