Beckley Veterans Administration Hospital Director Karin L. McGraw announced on Monday that repairs to improve the air quality at the Maxwelton Veterans Community Clinic in Greenbrier County have been completed and the clinic will re-open on Friday, February 27 at 8:00 a.m.
Air quality re-testing was completed by the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation, which owns the building in which the clinic resides.
Veterans can contact the clinic at 304-497-3900 beginning Thursday, February 26 with any questions or to schedule an appointment. Veterans will be contacted to confirm their appointments at the clinic.
Senator Joe Manchin III issued a statement in response to McGraw’s nnouncement.
“I am so pleased that the Greenbrier County CBOC will reopen its doors to our veterans in the area,” Manchin said. “The nearly 2,000 veterans from Greenbrier, Monroe, Pocahontas and Summers counties can now regain access to the medical care and services they need without inconveniently traveling long distances to other VA locations. Reopening the CBOC after it has been safely retested is great news for the community, ensuring that accessible treatment and care is readily available to our veterans.”