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Fayetteville VA Medical Center

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The full range of general dentistry services resumed at the Wilmington Health Care Center in mid-October. However, the New Hanover County Department of Health Do Not Use Water notice remains in place and gastrointestinal and urology procedures remain on hold. VA continues to pursue an interim solution while concurrently working collaboratively with all parties to seek a permanent resolution. Primary care, mental health, audiology, optometry, pharmacy and specialty clinics services to Veterans have been unaffected by the water issues at the clinic. Watch this site for updates. More Details

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Urgent Care Transition

Emergency becomes Urgent Care

September 19 the Emergency Department becomes an Urgent Care Clinic, from 8 - 8 daily.

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JACKSONVILLE CBOC NOW OPEN. VA is now seeing patients at the new Jacksonville replacement Community Based Outpatient Clinic at 4006 Henderson Drive.
At 15,000 square feet, the Henderson Drive site is more than twice the size of the previous VA Midway Park facility it replaced. The Brynn Marr Road facility VA leased last September has closed also.
To reach the new Jacksonville clinic, call (910) 353-6406. For information on Health Benefits eligibility, call (910) 822-7016 or visit the www.fayettevillenc.va.gov web site

OUTPATIENT CLINICS MOVE TO HCC. Our new Fayetteville VA Health Care Center opened Nov. 3 at 7300 South Raeford Road. The new 250,000-square-foot HCC houses most of the outpatient services formerly located on Ramsey Street or at the Village Green and Breezewood clinics including primary care, mental health, outpatient specialty care and an ambulatory surgery center.
The Fayetteville VA Medical Center on Ramsey Street will be used for inpatient services, an Urgent Care Center and some limited outpatient services such as dental and oncology. The movement of the outpatient services to the health care center allows renovations at the Ramsey Street site and expansion of specialty services.
NOTE: The Urgent Care Center is open around-the clock daily

FLU CLINIC SCHEDULES AND INFO. Veterans enrolled for health care through the Fayetteville VAMC can now receive their annual flu shot in a variety of ways including walk in flu clinics, by request during primary care appointments. Walk in clinics at the main hospital began Sept. 21.
For walk in schedules at our other locations, go to http://1.usa.gov/1Rgte7d

URGENT CARE CENTER EXPANDS HOURS: Good news Veterans our Urgent Care Center (UCC) is now open 24/7. Note: UCC does not provide emergency medical care; all Veterans who are having a life threatening medical emergency should call 911 from their home to be transported to the closest community hospital.

CALL CENTER: FVAMC VAMC “one stop” Call Center serving Veterans assigned to PACT Clinics in Bldg. 1 & 50 along with Village Green.  To speak to Call Center staff to schedule/cancel appointments, renew or refill medications or to contact your primary care team, please call (910) 488-2120 Ext. 7816 or 1 (800) 771-6106 Ext. 7816 during our normal Hours of Operation, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. - See more at: http://1.usa.gov/1FfoBs0.

INPATIENT SERVICES: Inpatient services remain available around the clock at the Main Hospital.

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Fayetteville, NC 28301
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