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Planned Parenthood to close Blacksburg health center

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Posted: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 6:30 pm

Planned Parenthood plans to close its Blacksburg health center and refer patients to its Roanoke facility.

“The world of health care delivery in Blacksburg and the larger New River Valley has changed dramatically,” Paige Johnson, senior vice president at Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, said in a news release Wednesday. “Virginia Tech has expanded their student services to include many reproductive health services and the Community Health Center of the New River Valley offers comprehensive health care, including women’s health services, at no or low cost.”

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Luanne Rife
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  • Med Beat covers medical issues, research and the business side of the health care industry, as reported by Luanne Rife, who covers the business of medicine in Southwest Virginia for The Roanoke Times. Contact Luanne at luanne.rife@roanoke.com.
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