Healthfirst, a nonprofit primary care clinic, had planned to raze this vacant building on Southland Drive and replace it to offer health care. That plan is now in doubt. Photo by Pablo Alcalá | Staff
Healthfirst, a nonprofit primary care clinic, had planned to raze this vacant building on Southland Drive and replace it to offer health care. That plan is now in doubt. Photo by Pablo Alcalá | Staff Herald-Leader
Healthfirst, a nonprofit primary care clinic, had planned to raze this vacant building on Southland Drive and replace it to offer health care. That plan is now in doubt. Photo by Pablo Alcalá | Staff Herald-Leader

HealthFirst board votes to proceed with Southland Drive clinic

May 16, 2013 07:53 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 02:35 PM

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