Veterans Administration - Pensacola - Joint Ambulatory Care Center
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has embarked on a capital improvements program designed to provide comprehensive, advanced medical and psychiatric care and services to U.S. military veterans. This population includes all who have served in the U.S. military, whatever their length and level of service, with particular attention to the needs and special medical problems of those who may have seen combat: World War II, Korean and Viet Nam veterans, and, more recently, veterans of service in the Middle East.
As part of this program, the VA called on the talents and expertise of Heery International, in joint venture with PMC, for design build services to create a Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC) in Pensacola, FL. The 213,000 GSF, three-story center, operated jointly by the VA and the U.S. Navy, is an outpatient facility situated on a 25-acre site on the grounds of the Naval Technical Training Center at Corry Station. While there, veterans can visit a primary care clinic with full-service oncology, cardiology and minor surgery facilities, psychiatric services, physical medicine and rehabilitation service center, pharmacy and eye, ear and dental clinics.