VA Palo Alto Health Care System
VA and U.S. Army Corps to Break Ground on New VA Stockton Clinic
November 8, 2019
Kim Betton, Public Affairs Officer, VA Palo Alto Health Care System
(650) 285-7487, Kim.Betton@va.gov
Jeremy Croft, Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
(916) 557-5100, email@example.com
PALO ALTO, California – VA Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Sacramento District, hosted a ground breaking ceremony today for the new VA Stockton Clinic at 6505 S. Manthey Road, French Camp, CA 95123.
This state-of-the-art facility will feature the new VA's Patient Aligned Care Team design, offering adaptable exam rooms that can also accommodate telehealth, mental health, and other specialty services aimed to improve the Veteran experience.
Keynote speaker U.S. Representative Jerry McNerney (CA-09) joined VAPAHCS and USACE leadership to kick-start the construction project. Veterans, their families and the public attended the event.
Download a rendering of the new VA Stockton Clinic for your use here.
About VA Palo Alto Health Care System
VA Palo Alto Health Care System consists of three inpatient facilities located at Palo Alto, Menlo Park and Livermore, Calif. Also, there are seven outpatient clinics in San Jose, Capitola, Monterey, Stockton, Modesto, Sonora, and Fremont, Calif. These nationally recognized facilities provide award-winning medical care and cutting-edge technology. Along with its academic affiliate at the Stanford University School of Medicine, the more than 6,200 staff and volunteers operate nearly 800 beds, including three nursing homes and a 100-bed homeless domiciliary, showing its more than 85,000 enrolled Veterans that they are “Serving those who Served.” Visit us on the web at www.paloalto.va.gov. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
About Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District
The Sacramento District was formed in 1929 from the San Francisco District, formed in 1866. It is the second largest USACE district in the contiguous United States, encompassing parts of eight western states and employing approximately 1,000 military and civilian employees. The district’s primary missions of military construction, civil works, emergency operations, recreation management and regulation contribute to reducing flood risk in the Central Valley and ensuring responsible management of the nation’s water resources.