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Veterans Invited to Ribbon Cutting, Dedication for Marshfield VA Clinic

MARSHFIELD, Mo. – Veterans and their families are invited to a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new VA outpatient clinic on Thursday at 1 p.m. at 1240 Banning St. in Marshfield.
MARSHFIELD, Mo. – Veterans and their families are invited to a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new VA outpatient clinic on Thursday at 1 p.m. at 1240 Banning St. in Marshfield.

The new Marshfield clinic serves veterans in Webster County and surrounding areas and is the eighth community-based outpatient clinic established by the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital.

Each community clinic provides primary care and access to basic mental health services with referral to the VA medical center for specialty care and inpatient services.

Veterans began receiving health care services at the Marshfield clinic late last November.

For information about VA health care services, the Columbia VA medical center and the other community outpatient clinics, check out Truman VA’s website.

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