Chico VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic

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The Department of Veteran Affairs Northern California Health Care System (VANCHCS) is an integrated health care delivery system, offering a comprehensive array of medical, surgical, rehabilitative, mental health and extended care to veterans in Northern California. The health system is comprised of a medical center in Sacramento; a rehabilitation and extended care facility in Martinez; outpatient clinics in Martinez, Fairfield, Vallejo, Sacramento (Mather and McClellan Park), Auburn, Yuba City, Redding, Chico, and Yreka; and dental clinics in Vallejo, Sacramento and Redding.

 

The Chico VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) offers a wide range of medical and ancillary services including primary care, audiology, laboratory services, mental health, otolaryngology (ENT), pharmacy, podiatry, social work, telemedicine and women's health. They also offer dermatology and nutrition services via telemedicine clinics. 

 

The city of Chico embodies a combination of urban and rural assets that make it a destination place to live work and play.  The universities and colleges make Chico a learning community with a rich culture and young spirit inspiring creativity and critical thinking.  With an average of 172 days of sun, there is plenty of time to enjoy the area’s beautiful natural setting with parks, rivers, and rural settings where you can hike, ski, boat, hunt and fish. Chico is an affordable place to raise your family without compromising on the factors important to your family.  There is a strong school system, well-regarded medical community, and a high level of public safety.  With a 12-minute average commute time, work is not something you go away to – it’s part of your lifestyle!