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TOWN HALL MEETING MARCH 20. Just a reminder. Fayetteville VAMC is hosting two Town Halls March 20 in the auditorium on the 3rd Floor of our Main Hospital -- one from 3-5pm. and one from 6-8pm. Veterans, their families and other stakeholders will get a chance to ask questions and voice concerns about care they receive at our facilities. Local VA officials will also provide information on VA operations and programs. In addition to FVAMC leaders, VBA (Veterans Benefits Administration) employees will be on hand to assist Veterans with filing and status of claims and other benefits services.

VISITATION RESTRICTIONS AT FVAMC & CBOCS: Visitation restrictions are in effect due to the increasing numbers of flu cases reported in the area. Persons under 18 should not come to the medical center or CBOCs in order to prevent the spread of illness among patients and those visiting our facilities. In addition, people of all ages suffering from fever, cough, headache, fatigue, runny or stuffy nose, or body aches should not come to the hospital or CBOCs unless they are a patient. These restrictions will be in place until further notice.

URGENT CARE CENTER: Our Urgent Care Center (UCC) is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., daily. 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.

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

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Fayetteville VA Medical Center

2300 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
910-488-2120 | 800-771-6106 Directions

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