New VA Clinic opens its doors to Dickinson

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The Stark County Veterans Service office offers its assistance to about 2,500 veterans in the area,
and they recently received some good news.

Earlier this month Dickinson opened up its new VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic ; It is located at 766 Elks Drive.

The primary care facility is about 7,000 square feet with five patient rooms and three telehealth rooms.

Patients can also visit the clinic to get lab results taken and processed.

Jessi Polk, the VA Clinic manager, said  the new clinic is a considerable upgrade from the old facility in Dickinson..

“With this big facility we don’t have the reason to be on top of each other, when we are trying to see our veterans. We will always have more than enough room to see our veterans and to be seen by there primary care provider or their telehealth provider”.

A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be held for the new VA Clinic in Dickinson on August 22.

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