Leaders mark groundbreaking of new community health center on Milwaukee's north side

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- More health care options are coming to Milwaukee's north side communities. 

Community leaders marked the groundbreaking of a new 58,000 square-foot addition for one of its community health centers on W. Capitol Drive. 

Among leaders in attendance were Glendale Mayor Bryan Kennedy, Milwaukee Acting Mayor Cavalier Johnson and Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley. 

Leaders said the new facility would be important to providing needed health care to underserved communities. 

"The Outreach Community Health Centers' community-based services, they're critical in the health care landscape to reaching individuals who have historically been underserved, and that's those without homes, people experiencing extreme poverty and those that are uninsured," said Crowley. 

The facility is set to be open by the summer of 2023.

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