Lexington Park Veterans Affairs Community Clinic officially opens December 2, ribbon cutting held

Naval Air Station Patuxent River via Facebook

Capt. Christopher Cox, NAS Patuxent River commanding officer, and Capt. Kathleen A. Hinz, Naval Health Clinic Patuxent River joined local and state leadership for the Lexington Park Veterans Affairs Community Clinic ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 15.

The 8,000 square foot Lexington Park VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) will soon offer closer to home access to the 15,335 Veterans enrolled for VA care in the Tri-County area of Southern Maryland.

The clinic will officially open to serve Veterans on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019. The health care team will provide safe and quality healthcare including primary care, mental health, comprehensive women’s health care, social work services, telehealth, nutrition counseling, pharmacy consulting, and
laboratory services.

Also, the clinic provides office space to approved Veterans Service Organizations and VA community partners who help educate Veterans about resources and services offered in the community.


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