Gaithersburg Community Based Outpatient Clinic Grand Opening – Sept 7

The DC VA Medical Center will host the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new DC VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC)  on Friday September 7, 2018 at 10:30 am. The building faces 270.  It is located at 15810 Gaither Road, Gaithersburg and has lots of parking and easy access. Access is via Shady Grove Road that intersects with Gaither Road closer to 355.

 It will be the first Department of Veterans Affairs community clinic in Montgomery County offering health care services to the more than 42,000 Veterans living in the County and other Veterans in the surrounding areas.

 The newly renovated building space will offer 11,600 square feet with room for primary-care and mental-health clinics as well as space for exams, telehealth, telemedicine, pharmacy, lab, patient education, hearing aid fittings and specialty care.

 Expanding health care access to Veterans in Maryland is a high priority for the Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center, which operates five other community clinics in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

 The CBOC  will be a welcomed addition for Veterans in the community. The County’s CBOC will have ample parking and is in close proximity to the Shady Grove Metro Station and Ride On bus #43.