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BRUNSWICK COUNTY CBOC RELOCATES JUNE 26. Starting Monday, June 26, Fayetteville VA’s Brunswick County Outreach Clinic will have a new name and a new location. Now called Brunswick County Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC), VA will see patients at 18 Doctors Circle (Units 2 & 3), Supply NC 28462, less than ½ mile from the old clinic. When all three suites are utilized, the new clinic will be approx. 9,500 sq. ft., almost 5 times the size of the clinic it is replacing. The clinic will initially offer primary care services, Mon thru Fri, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Telehealth services available as well as mail order Pharmacy. Until new phone service and numbers are available, callers should continue to dial (910) 754-6141 to reach the clinic. For information on Health Benefits eligibility, call (910) 822-7016 or visit the https://www.vets.gov/healthcare/ web site.
REVISED LAB OPERATING HOURS. Fayetteville area Veterans needing blood work completed before an appointment can report to either of our two Fayetteville locations. Revised hours of operation are: FVAMC (2300 Ramsey Street) Mon – Fri, 7 am to 8 pm, Closed Sunday and Federal Holidays
Fay VA HCC (7300 S. Raeford Road) Mon – Fri, 7 am to 4:30 pm, Closed weekends and Federal Holidays
SANFORD CBOC NOW OPEN. VA has been seeing patients since May 2016 at the new Sanford Community Based Outpatient Clinic at 3112 Tramway Road. To reach the new Sanford Clinic, call (919) 775-6160. For information on Health Benefits eligibility, call (910) 822-7016 or visit the www.fayettevillenc.va.gov.
IS THE CHOICE PROGRAM AFFECTING YOUR CREDIT? For assistance, call 1-877-881-7618 between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST. VA will help you resolve adverse credit reporting and debt collection issues caused by use of the Choice Program. The Community Care Call Center, at 877-881-7618, is set up to let Veterans work directly with the VA to resolve such issues. Visit http://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=2764 to see the complete VA news release.
For more details about the Veterans Choice Program and VA’s progress, visit http://www.va.gov/opa/choiceact. Veterans seeking to use the Veterans Choice Program can call1-866-606-8198 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST) to find out more about the program, confirm their eligibility and schedule an appointment.
JACKSONVILLE CBOC NOW OPEN. VA has been seeing patients since January 2016 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.
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.
URGENT CARE CENTER OPEN 24/7. Good news Veterans our Urgent Care Center (UCC) is 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. Inpatient services remain available around the clock at the Main Hospital.
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