The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Lebanon VA Medical Center’s new Lancaster County VA Clinic recently opened and started providing services to veterans at 212 Willow Valley Lakes Drive, Suite 208, Willow Street.
The new facility replaces a prior location operated at 1861 Charter Lane, Lancaster, and expands from 6,000 to 15,000 square feet of space.
The new clinic features 16 exam rooms, one women’s health-specific exam room, seven behavioral-health treatment rooms, one group-therapy room, two optometry rooms, and a physical therapy center.
Services offered include: primary care, women’s healthcare, mental healthcare, preventative care, laboratory and point-of-care testing services, rehabilitation services, and optometry services.
“This opening marks the third new community clinic that Lebanon VA has opened this year,” said Robert W. Callahan Jr., medical center director and CEO, “and with each opening we continue to raise the bar and build upon our past successes and best practices while surpassing the expectations of those veterans who receive care at our clinics.”
Veterans who are enrolled and receiving care through the Lancaster County VA Clinic can contact the facility at (717) 290-6900 for assistance.
Veterans who are not enrolled in VA healthcare but are interested in receiving care at the new facility may contact an enrollment specialist at (717) 228-6000 to discuss eligibility and enrollment.