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Former FSU standout student-athlete Myron Rolle will build medical clinic in the Bahamas

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From the Tallahassee Democrat: Rhodes scholar and college football All-American Myron L. Rolle and his family have announced plans to build the Myron L. Rolle Medical Clinic and Sports Complex, in Steventon, Exuma, in the Bahamas, where the Rolle family is from. The complex will provide free health services to residents of Exuma, as well as a state-of-the-art wellness and training facilities for athletes and visitors to Exuma, Bahamas.

The FSU College of Medicine is partnering with the Rolle Foundation on the project, and will launch a new initiative through its FSU Cares Program to bring a medical mission to Exuma each year. During the program, FSU medical students and doctors will travel to the Bahamas and provide free medical care and supplies to residents.

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