VA mobile unit to bring health services to rural areas
Angela Allen, a rural health social worker from Canandaigua, gives a tour to Vietnam veteran dave Rose of Hamlin, N.Y., during an open house for a VA Telehealth Unit outside of the Brockport Area Veterans Club on Wednesday.
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#1 Aug 14, 2014
It's bad enough that the VA created the Doc in a Box (also know as Community Based Outpatient Clinics or CBOCs) but they don't need to waste money on these mobile whore houses that will continue screwing the veterans over. Give every veteran the opportunity to choose where they go for their care and who they see when they get there. It would be cheaper to give veterans a health care card that they could take anyplace they choose for their care. No more waiting, no more long trips, no more third world medicine from the VA. IF the VA can compete, than veterans can still go there for their care but until that happens, every veteran should have the right to choose who provides their healthcare.
#2 Aug 14, 2014
But go ahead and vent ... you earned it!
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