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News - January 22, 2014

Briefs: New Ravenswood clinic breaks ground Jan. 22

The opening of the new Ravenswood Family Health Clinic may be at least a year away, but the groundbreaking is expected to take place this week on Wednesday, Jan. 22.

The upcoming 38,000-square-foot, two-floor primary care facility at 1885 Bay Road in East Palo Alto is expected to double the number of patients the clinic can see annually, to 22,000, and add services, including mammography, integrated mental health care and an on-site pharmacy.

The $29 million project received an initial $5 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration in May 2012; funding became available through a provision of the Affordable Care Act that provided for increasing the capacity of community health centers, according to a press release.

Terrance McLarnan

receives award

Terrance McLarnan of Portola Valley was recently awarded the North American Writer's Award at the International Psychoanalytic Association's World Congress in Prague.

Mr. McLarnan completed a seven-year training program at the Northern California Psychoanalytic Institute and received his certificate Dec. 7 in San Francisco, where he delivered his paper, "Images Seen and Forgotten: The Optical Unconscious and Visual Time Capsules."

Mr. McLarnan was also recently named president of the Northern California Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology.

Kelly Born joins

Hewlett Foundation

Kelly Born has joined the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation in Menlo Park as a program officer for special projects.

Ms. Born joined the foundation in April 2012 as a two-year fellow in the management of grants that comprise the special projects portfolio. She also helped launch the foundation's newest program, the effective philanthropy group.

Ms. Born holds a master's degree in international policy studies from Stanford University and a bachelor's degree in business from Pepperdine University. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has been making grants to help solve social and environmental problems since 1967.

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