Lebanon VA Medical Center completes first phase of $1.8 million project


The first phase of a $1.8 million expansion of the Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic at Lebanon Veterans Medical Center has been completed.

Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony on August 10. The renovation is the first phase of a three-phase plan planned for the 23,000 square foot space. This first phase renovated 8,500 square feet of space, which includes 18 consultation rooms, a nurses’ triage station, three group rooms and a new waiting room.

“The new clinic will provide veterans with a comfortable space focused on reducing stress and anxiety while promoting timely access, collaborative care, and a focus on veterans’ recovery goals,” the medical center said. in a press release.

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Lebanon VA Medical Center serves Adams, Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, Schuylkill, and York counties.

“By creating this space, we are improving the care environment,” said Dr. Piro Rjepaj, associate chief of staff at Lebanon VA Medical Center, in a press release. “Our commitment to veterans is unwavering and unwavering. Our promise to them is to give our best, every day, always; and our hope for them is to know firsthand the experience of healing, wholeness and peace.

The Lebanon VA Medical Center is located at 1700 S. Lincoln Ave. in South Lebanon Township, Lebanon County. The medical center is about 45 minutes from Harrisburg.

Information: 717-228-6000.


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