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VA Boston Healthcare System

 

New Quincy Clinic for Veterans

Secretary of Veteran Services Francisco Urena joins VA Boston Healthcare Director Vincent Ng in a discussion with attending Veterans.

Secretary of Veteran Services Francisco Urena joins VA Boston Healthcare Director Vincent Ng in a discussion of services available with attending Veteran Service Organizations.

Monday, March 30, 2015

The VA Boston Healthcare System is pleased to announce the relocation of its Quincy Outpatient Clinic to 110 W. Squantum Street in North Quincy.

On hand for the celebration was U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker Jr., Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch, Secretary of Veteran Services Francisco Urena and numerous Veteran Service Representatives, Veterans, Federal, state and local officials.

The event opened with the Pledge of Allegiance followed by a ribbon cutting and a tour of the new clinic and adjacent clinics in the facility.

The new location offers more space, is accessible by public transportation (bus and T line) and will deliver primary care services to the more than 1,400 Veterans living in the Quincy, Braintree and Weymouth area.

“The new clinic is the result of reviewing several different locations in the Quincy, Braintree and Weymouth areas in an effort to continue our footprint in the Quincy community,” said VA Boston Healthcare System Director Vincent Ng. “The 1400 Veterans in that area are used to receiving high-quality, timely care from staff they know and trust and we want that quality of care to continue with as little inconvenience to Veterans as possible,” he said. “I also want to thank the Veteran community for their continued support during this transition.”

Governor Charlie Baker, Manet CEO John J. Holiver and VA Boston Director Vincent Ng recite the Pledge of Allegiance opening the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Governor Charlie Baker, Manet CEO John J. Holiver and VA Boston Director Vincent Ng recite the Pledge of Allegiance opening the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Staff from Manet Community Healthcare and VA Boston Healthcare worked together to ensure a seamless entry and warm welcome for the Veterans.

“As a federally qualified community health center, Manet is honored to offer our hospitality and fellowship to VA Boston Healthcare. To that end, we see our North Quincy location as a wonderful resolution for both the VA Clinic and Manet, and representative of new beginnings and a new partnership, remarked, Manet’s Chief Executive Officer, John J. Holiver.”

The VA clinic previously located in the Quincy Medical Center had to relocate at the end of the year when that facility closed. Staff and Veterans of the clinic temporarily relocated to the Brockton campus of VA Boston and continued delivering care from familiar staff to the Veterans seeking care.

VA Boston Director Vincent Ng shares the joy of the opening with Veteran Service representatives attending the program.

Director Vincent Ng shares the excitement of the opening with Veteran Service representatives attending the program.

The new clinic has been leased for two years and will continue to deliver the high-quality care Veterans have earned and have learned to expect from a five star facility.

Quincy clinic patients may confirm future appointments by dialing the Call Center at 857-364-4418.

For more information contact Public Affairs at pallas.wahl@va.gov or 857-203-5879.

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