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VA Mobile Outreach Clinic to Come to Sussex County

Posted: 07/27/2017 15:02:00 -04:00 Updated:
(Photo: MGN) (Photo: MGN)

SUSSEX COUNTY, Del - The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' Mobile Clinic will be making stops in Sussex County in August. 

The VA mobile clinic offers primary care services, including management of acute and chronic illnesses, women's health issues, and patient education.  It also provides immunizations, including flu and pneumonia vaccinations, and lab services such as blood draws and urine specimens.  A medical support assistant will be able to answer administration questions and schedule appointments.  A social worker will be present to provide behavior health referrals and identity available resources.

Veterans seeking care at the Mobile Outreach Clinic need to be enrolled with the VA to receive service. Those not enrolled with the VA can do so at the mobile clinic to become eligible in the future. Veterans wishing to enroll should bring two forms of identification, including release or discharge identification.

Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome.

An appointment can be requested by calling Amie Kaba-Roha at 302-354-8653. For more information, click here.

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