Eugene VA Clinic Breaks Ground

EUGENE, Ore. – The ground is broken and now construction can start on the new outpatient VA Clinic. Top officials and local vets were on hand to witness the ceremonial beginning for the new center off Old Coburg Road and Chad Drive. The brochure for Monday’s groundbreaking read “To Care for Those Who Have Borne … Continue reading »

VA Clinic Groundbreaking

EUGENE, Ore. — Crews will break ground for a new clinic that will serve local veterans, Monday. Congressman Peter Defazio, Sen. Ron Wyden, Sen. Jeff Merkley, and Mayor Kitty Piercy will speak at Monday’s ceremony. The center will help serve the many patients that currently get treatment at the VA clinic in Roseburg. It will … Continue reading »

New Veterans Clinic to Open

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A new V.A. clinic is set to open later this spring. When the doors open, vets in Grants Pass will no longer have to travel to White City for services. A building is being renovated for a larger, more accessible clinic to veterans in Grants Pass and throughout the county. Primary … Continue reading »

VA Staff Look Forward to New Clinic

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Veterans in Eugene are looking forward to the opening of the community-based outpatient clinic, but they aren’t the only ones. Staff with the VA Roseburg Healthcare System are also excited about what this will do to the care of all the veterans they serve. Roseburg’s veterans affairs hospital serves nearly 30,000 vets … Continue reading »

Eugene Looks Foward to New VA Clinic

EUGENE, Ore. — The City of Eugene is looking forward to a new veterans clinic to be built in town. The site is currently an empty field, and construction will begin there next year. The new clinic will have a mental health lab, pharmacy, surgical, and diagnostic service units. It’s expected to replace the River … Continue reading »

Eugene Site Chosen for VA Clinic

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene is one step closer to providing the medical attention needed for our local veterans. A site has now been picked for a future 100,000-square-foot veterans hospital. The veterans administration was looking at five different sites in Eugene to break ground and ultimately chose one, across the street from the Register-Guard building … Continue reading »