To All Our Valued Patients:
As some of you may be aware, 9th Street in Jacksonville Beach is under construction. We would like to apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you. During construction, the easiest way to get to our office will be to use 16th Avenue South, which is behind our office.
Use the following directions:
If you are coming from Beach Boulevard, go to 3rd Street and turn right, continue on to 16th Avenue South. The land mark will be CVS Pharmacy on the right, turn right there. Follow 16th Avenue South to the end which will be Roberts Drive, turn right again and you will see our buildfing on the right, next to the Baptist Surgery Center (new building). We are located in Building B – 1375 Roberts Drive.
If you are coming from JTB, exit on 3rd Street or A1A and go north. Continue on A1A (3 rd Street) until you see 16th Avenue South, the land mark on the left will be Clean Getaway Car Wash and CVS Pharmacy, turn left on 16th Avenue South. Follow 16th Avenue South to the end which will be Roberts Drive, turn right and you will see our building on the right, next to the Baptist Surgery Center (new building). We are in Building B – 1375 Roberts Drive.
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