Wilmington VA Medical Center
Cumberland County Community Based Outpatient Clinic
New Clinic Location: We are pleased to announce that the new location for the Cumberland County CBOC officially opened for Veteran care effective 8 a.m., Dec. 27, 2016. A letter has been mailed to enrolled Veterans announcing the official opening. The new location is:
Cumberland County Community Based Outpatient Clinic
79 W. Landis Ave.
Vineland, N.J. 08360
Phone: (800) 461-8262, extension 6500
Health Care Enrollment: Veterans can now apply for health care benefits online. Follow this link to apply today: https://www.1010ez.med.va.gov/
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Beginning September 29, 2016, the clinic will also be open on alternating Thursdays until 6:30 p.m.
Call the clinic for additional information or to make an appointment.
PRIMARY CARE SERVICES:
Primary Care - Evaluation and management of chronic and acute medical conditions; preventative health disease; health maintenance. Primary Care offers an extensive range of treatment modalities. Our Primary Care physicians recognize the importance of preventive medicine in the care of our primary care patients.
Behavioral Health - Maintaining and improving the health and well-being of Veterans through excellence in health care, social services, and education. Individual and group treatment is available to help Veterans manage a variety of psychiatric diagnosis. Psychiatrists and Psychologists provide services to America’s Veterans.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): PTSD can occur after someone goes through a traumatic event like combat, assault, or disaster. Most people have some stress reactions after a trauma. If the reactions don't go away over time or disrupt your life, you may have PTSD. (read more)
HUD-VASH: Housing assistance for homeless Veterans and their families is available through several federal programs. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and VA Supportive Housing Program (HUD-VASH) partner to provide permanent, supportive housing and treatment services for homeless Veterans.(read more)
Veterans Justice Outreach (VJO): The Veterans Justice Outreach program is a re-entry program designed to obtain proper psychological/restorative treatment for Veterans who have been incarcerated, awaiting incarceration, or are eligible for release. The objective of this program is to help justice-involved Veterans transition back into society and prevent recidivism. As such, numerous services are available to make successful reentry and recovery possible. Rehabilitation and reintegration services include, but are not limited to: PTSD treatment, treatments for anxiety, depression, alcohol or drug dependency and homelessness prevention.
Laboratory Services: Phlebotomy services will be available onsite. The Wilmington VA Medical Center will perform the tests and results will be readily available to the clinician via computer.
Social Work Services: Coordination of care; psychosocial assessments.
Audiology Services will be moving from the Veterans Home in Vineland, NJ to the new clinic effective Nov. 22, 2016
Optometry provided at New Jersey Veterans Home in Vineland
Post-Op Surgical Follow-up
Telehealth Services: Telehealth Expansion: Improved access, reduced waiting times, less traveling, and discounted co-payments are just a few of the many benefits of participating in the VA's state of the art Telehealth System. (read more)
Diabetic Retinal Imaging
Behavioral Health Intake
Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
VIST (Visual Impairment services Team)
Non-VA Medical Care Program
Non-VA medical care is provided to eligible Veterans by community-based providers when those services are not "feasibly" available from a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facility. The use of non-VA medical care is governed by federal laws covering eligibility criteria and other policies specifying when and in what situations it can be used. An authorization for treatment in the community is required for non-VA medical care – unless the medical event is an emergency. Emergency events may be reimbursed on behalf of the Veteran in certain cases.
Visit our Non-VA Medical Care Program page for more information.
Social workers assist and advocate for Veterans and their families to resolve psychological, emotional, and financial stresses related to illness and disability. They are also actively involved in outreach, pre-admission and aftercare phases of VA's health care programs. Social Work Service at the VA operates closely with all inpatient and outpatient medical, psychiatric, long-term care and other specialty services.
Social workers at the VA assist Veterans, dependents, families, and caregivers in many ways. Assistance includes providing culturally competent psycho-social assessment and care, abuse reporting, and community resource and referral for transportation, housing, meals and financial assistance.
Social workers help with post-hospitalization planning and ongoing assistance with health care needs. They also provide counseling to individuals, families, and groups, as well as education about health issues, long-term health care planning, end of life planning, executing Advance Directives, privacy rights, release of information, informed consent policy, conservatorship, and Veterans' benefits. Learn more at http://www.socialwork.va.gov/.