Public invited to open house for Moab V.A. TeleHealth clinic
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The Moab Veterans Affairs TeleHealth Clinic located at 267 N. Main Street will hold an open house from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 12.

Clinic workers will be on hand to answer questions about V.A. health care, how TeleHealth works and other topics. Local veterans and their families and the community are invited to attend.

To receive service at the Moab clinic, veterans must first be enrolled with the V.A. Medical Center in Grand Junction, he said. New enrollees must go to the Grand Junction center for their first appointment and medical examination, but after that they are eligible to receive medical assistance at the Moab clinic, Sweeney said.

Due to limited onsite parking, those attending the grand opening and open house are asked to use the nearby city parking lot at 40 W. Center Street.

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