Turning first shovels of earth

Representatives of Jefferson City, Jefferson County, Summit Medical Group, and Joseph Construction turn the first shovels of earth Tuesday on a new $5.5 million medical office. – STEVE MARION | THE STANDARD BANNER

Summit Medical Group broke ground Tuesday afternoon on a new $5.5 million primary care office in Jefferson City.

The 32,000 square-foot building will give the 11 doctors and other medical professionals of Tennessee Valley Primary Care (currently located in the medical arts building adjacent to Jefferson Memorial Hospital) 50 percent more room for patient care, Dr. Clyde Worley told those in attendance at the groundbreaking. Joseph Construction of Knoxville is handling the project.

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