Health care provider retires after forty years
After serving the residents of the Wabash Valley for 42 years, George O. Browne, III, Physician Assistant of the Clay City Center for Family Medicine (CCCFM) will be retiring as of Friday, March 10.
To the patients he served, Browne shares, “I appreciate the opportunity you have given me to be your health care provider, and have had an awesome career. I appreciate all the kindness and good wishes expressed to me and my family. I have many wonderful memories of the Clay City Center for Family Medicine.”
A reception honoring PA Browne will be held on March 9 at the CCCFM from 5-7p.m.
Patients are welcome to attend.
Dr. Nancy Breitweiser and Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Jamie Dillon will be assuming the care of PA Browne’s patients. They have been serving the residents of Clay County for several years and look forward to continuing to do so in the future.
CCCFM is a federally-designated rural health clinic and training center for health care providers. The clinic, established in 1993, provides primary health care services to all ages, birth through geriatrics and serves as the medical home for approximately 5,000 patients.
Services provided include physical examinations, well-child visits, immunizations, family planning, low-risk obstetrics, minor surgery procedures and CDLs. The clinic is also available for emergency services. A moderately complex laboratory is available on-site. Ancillary services available at the clinic include eye examinations, glasses, nutrition, diet and exercise counseling. The clinic also offers a structured chronic disease management program.