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Correction
Rating: 2.95 / 5 (22 votes)  
Posted: 2012 Oct 26 - 00:45

In the Oct. 19 issue of Hometown News, in the article titled "Investigation continues on costs, benefits of health clinic," information about a health clinic contract was incorrectly stated.

CareHere, a company that works with organizations to start and maintain health clinics for employees, had a three-year contract with Port St. Lucie in 2007 and chose not to renew the contract.

CareHere currently has a three-year contract with St. Lucie County.

Wayne Teegardin, employee relations and safety manager for St. Lucie County, said the county is quite pleased with the services by CareHere and that the contract will be honored for the commitment period and a renewal is likely.

Hometown News regrets the error and any confusion it may have caused.




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