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Martinsburg VA Medical Center

 

Stephens City Community-Based Outpatient Clinic

Stephens City Community-Based Outpatient Clinic

About The Clinic

The Stephens City clinic offers primary care with an emphasis on preventative health care. The clinic hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., excluding federal holidays. To view the Stephens City CBOC fact sheet, click here.

Services Offered

  • Preventive Health Care and Screening
  • Health Promotion
  • Annual Physicals
  • Cancer Screening
  • Management of chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension
  • Immunizations
  • Mental Health Services which include:
    Psychiatric evaluations
    Individual therapy
    Grief Counseling
    Medication management
    Smoking cessation
  • Health Education and Prevention
  • Pharmaceutical Management
  • Advance Directives
  • Post hospital follow up

Special Programs

ACE Team: the Access to Care and Evaluation (ACE) Team is a team composed of a physician, RN and a Health Technician. The purpose of the team is to facilitate new veterans getting into the VA System. The team performs the initial patient History and Physical, imitates specialty consults and mediations.

  • Home Telehealth (HT)
    Care coordination involving home telehealth technologies and focusing on supporting the care of veterans in the home.
  • Clinical Video Technology (CVT)
    Care coordination involving videoconferencing technologies with supportive peripheral devices between clinics and hospitals and hospitals and other hospitals, e.g. telemental health, telesurgery.
  • Store and Forward Technology (SFT)
    Care coordination involving store-and-forwards is based upon the national implementation of a primary care-based program will assess veterans with diabetes for retinopathy using teleretinal imaging that expedite referral for treatment and provides health information.
  • MOVE! Program
    The VA National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.

Driving Directions

From Harrisonburg:

  1. Take I-81 North to Exit 310 (Route 37)
  2. Take Route 37 to Route 11 South toward Stephens City

From Martinsburg:

  1. Take I-81 South to Exit 310 (Route 37)
  2. Take Route 37 to Route 11 South toward Stephens City

From Berkley Springs:

  1. Take Route 522 South to Route 37 South
  2. Exit on Route 11 South toward Stephens City

From Downtown Winchester:

  1. Take Route 11 South toward Stephens City
  2. The clinic is located 1,000 feet from the intersection of Route 11 and Route 1129 (Prosperity Drive)



Parking:

 
   Free on premises