The Veteran’s Affairs Clinic in Zebulon will officially open its doors Monday, July 18 with four patients scheduled to be cared for on their first day.
“We will gradually build up the number of patients seen each day,” said Greg Kendall, Atlanta VA Health Care System Public Affairs Officer.
He said a grand opening is projected for sometime in September and the clinic will begin accepting new patients on Monday, July 18.
The 60,000 square foot facility was built on 11.25 acres and will have around 100 full time employees who will provide care to more than 78,000 veterans in the 10-county area. The VA Center has 16 check-in desks to ensure efficient services and offers state of the art medical equipment and facilities for veterans. Windy Proffitt is the Primary Care Nurse Manager and Jim Totten is the Assistant Primary Care Nurse Manager at the Zebulon VA Center.
A wide variety of services are offered for veterans at the Zebulon VA Center, including primary care, mental care, specialty care (including cardiology and pulmonology), whole health (including acupuncture and chiropractic care), audiology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, mental health (including group therapy and private therapy), women’s health, a teleoptometry program, a laboratory, prosthetics (including issuing orthotic splints, crutches, walkers, blood pressure cuffs, heating pads, etc.) and x-ray and CT scan services. Some services will be offered through tele-health consultations, including dermatology and optometry.