A new level of care for veterans
The new Villages VA Outpatient Clinic is an impressive sight. Occupying almost 100,000 square feet on a 9.5 acre parcel off County Road 42 in The Villages, it looks more like a country club than a medical facility.
And the venue is not merely an exercise in aesthetics. It promises to bring a new level of convenience and health care to approximately 90,000 veterans in Marion, Lake and Sumter counties. What we are doing here is developing full service, comprehensive, integrated medical care for the veterans in this area,” said the facility's chief medical officer, Dr. Robert V. Cummings.
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