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UPDATED DATES: VA mobile medical unit coming back to Pacific County July 11-15
The VA Mobile Medical Unit has been coming to Pacific County for one year and has successfully served many of our region’s veterans with health care needs.The VA Mobile Medical Unit has been coming to Pacific County for one year and has successfully served many of our region’s veterans with health care needs. During its visits to Raymond, this mobile clinic has nearly reached capacity helping individuals who live far away from other VA treatment facilities. From lifesaving referrals to regular check-ups, I am pleased that these individuals who have selflessly sacrificed for our freedom are getting convenient access to basic services.
The VA has announced that they will bring its mobile medical unit back to Pacific County from July 11 through July 15. Veterans can receive primary health care appointments and walk-ups, physical exams, flu shots and other immunizations, prescriptions labs and assistance in signing up for VA benefits.
The VA’s mobile medical unit coming to Raymond to provide primary health services to veterans.
Monday, July 11: 9:00am-3:30pm
Tues-Thurs, July 12-14: 8:00am-3:30pm
Friday, July 15: 8:00am-11:30am
The American Legion
221 Duryea St
Raymond, WA 98577
If you are a veteran who is already registered within the VA system, walk-up appointments will be available without appointment. If you wish, you can also set up an appointment by calling 1-800-329-8387 ext. 71234 and ask for the mobile medical unit in Raymond. If you are not in the VA system, you can get help with initial registration at the mobile medical unit.