Current clinic services for enrolled veterans include primary care, mental health, pharmacy, laboratory test, x-rays, telemedicine, and home-based primary care. “This relocation will give us the opportunity to expand and enhance services to include the addition of several new programs in the areas of audiology, optometry, podiatry, prosthetics, and, in the future, physical therapy,” said San Francisco VA Medical Center director Lawrence H. Carroll.
“Because of the outstanding leadership of Brian and Nancy Craig, we have established an excellent reputation in Eureka. I am confident that our new clinic will continue to build upon both the good will and excellent service VA currently provides to our veterans,” he said. “This clinic demonstrates VA’s commitment to veterans in Humboldt County and the high quality health care they deserve.” The VA will work with the current clinic leadership to ensure a smooth transition to the new location.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Sept. 25 at noon to officially dedicate the new clinic.
For questions about the new VA clinic call (707) 269-7500.