From wellness centers to mental health and outpatient clinics, a variety of new healthcare projects for the veteran population are opening across the county. Here, Healthcare Design complies a list of five recent Veterans Affairs (VA) projects designed to deliver patient-centered care and show honor and respect to patients.
PHOTO TOUR: Endeavors Veteran Wellness Center and Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic
The 31,000-square-foot project in South Texas houses multiple services under one roof to provide comprehensive care to its veteran patient population.
PHOTO TOUR: South Jordan VA Clinic
The 30,000-square-foot facility expands access to care for veteran residents in Utah with a design that aligns with the VA’s collaborative care model.
FIRST LOOK: US Department of Veterans Affairs / Jacksonville Community-Based Outpatient Clinic & Domiciliary
The 193,500-square-foot facility will consolidate mental health and primary care services into a new outpatient clinic and domiciliary.
Dignified Design: Omaha VA Ambulatory Care Center
The new Omaha VA Ambulatory Care Center shows honor and respect for its patients through symbolic architectural solutions.
FIRST LOOK: Veterans Affairs Community-based Outpatient Clinic
The 132,000-square-foot clinic will consolidate services and offer patients, staff, and visitors a building reflective of its Lakeland, Fla., Locale.
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