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Groundbreaking: Veterans Affairs community based outpatient Clinic - baraboo

The William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital hosted a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the new Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

The project is a new 10,000 s.f. clinic featuring 10 exam rooms, physical therapy space, women’s exam room with patient lift, laboratory, and tele-health space, all designed to enhance access to health care for local Veterans. The location of the new clinic was selected to better serve the Veteran community after strategic analysis of the local Veteran population.

The Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic will serve up to 5,000 Veterans in numerous surrounding counties and provide services including Primary Care, Physical and Occupational Therapies, Nutrition, Whole Health, Mental Health, Podiatry Nail Care, Telehealth, Social Work, and Laboratory Blood Draw Services. 

“We are excited to begin this project and look forward to better accommodating our Veterans in the Baraboo area,” said Christine Kleckner, Hospital Associate Director. “This is part of the VA’s commitment to improve access to care for Veterans.”

Construction is expected to be completed in Summer of 2024.

Russell is honored to be a part of this addition to the Baraboo community that will expand healthcare services provided to Veterans.