Where is Brattleboro VT?
The Brattleboro CBOC first opened its doors to southeastern Vermont Veterans on June 4th, 2010. This well appointed, stand-alone clinic space serves the primary health care needs of eligible veterans in the greater Brattleboro, VT area. Most of the cost of services provided to Veterans enrolling in the plan will be paid by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Services provided and arranged for through the Clinic
- Primary Care
- Mental Health
- Laboratory Tests
- Preventive services such as annual flu and pneumonia shots
- Electrocardiograms (EKG)
- Home Based Primary Care
- Telehealth Services
- Veterans will have one primary care doctor to coordinate care on an ongoing basis.
- Veterans can receive primary medical care closer to home and don't have to travel to the White River Junction VAMC.
- Veterans will still be eligible for specialty outpatient care, inpatient care and all other entitlements through the White River Junction VAMC.
From the North or South: On I 91, take exit 1 to Route 5 south. Proceed 0.3 miles to John Seitz Drive and take left. Drive 0.3 miles, and turn right onto GSP Drive. The Brattleboro CBOC is the driveway to the immediate right.