NewsHealth / December 12, 2019

New Terre Haute VA Clinic Set To Open In Summer Of 2021

New Terre Haute VA Clinic Set To Open In Summer Of 2021

The 46,000-square-foot facility will combine currently separate primary care and mental health clinics in Terre Haute.

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Officials say a new Veterans Affairs clinic is projected to open in Terre Haute during the summer of 2021.

The Tribune-Star reports the 46,000-square-foot facility will be built on Terre Haute's east side. It will combine currently separate primary care and mental health clinics, and will be equipped to serve 10,000 veterans.

Acting Director Laura Ruzick of the Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis said Wednesday the new clinic will include space for physical therapy, optometry, audiology, cardiology and substance abuse services.

Executive vice president Boyd Zoccola of Indianapolis developer Hokanson Companies says groundbreaking is expected in May or June of next year.

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