Harrisonburg, Virginia, VA Outpatient Clinic

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The Harrisonburg VA Contract Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) follows the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) model. PACT provides Veterans accessible, coordinated, comprehensive, patient-centered health care delivered by primary care providers with active involvement of other clinical and non-clinical staff. CBOC hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding federal holidays.

To view the Harrisonburg Contract CBOC fact sheet, click here.


  • Primary care services for Veterans.
  • Behavioral health services
  • Handicapped accessible.
  • Women Veterans health care
  • Specialty care referrals to the Martinsburg VA Medical Center.
  • Prescriptions: Routine prescriptions processed through the mail or MyHealtheVet
  • Laboratory: Blood drawing services

Secondary Services

  • Preventative health care and screening
  • Health promotion
  • Annual physicals
  • Cancer screening
  • Management of chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension
  • Immunizations
  • Well woman care
  • Women’s health education and prevention
  • Mental health services
    Grief counseling
    Smoking cessation
    Social work services
    Psychiatric evaluations
    Individual therapy
    Medication management
    Substance abuse counseling
    Group therapy counseling
    Tele-psychiatric services
  • Occupational therapy services
  • Physical therapy services
  • Dietitian services
  • Health education and prevention
  • Pharmaceutical management
  • Anti-coagulation management
  • Tele-retina
  • Tele-rehab
  • Tele-dermatology
  • Tele-podiatry
  • Pain management
  • Advance directives services

Special Services

  • Home Tele-health (HT)
    Care coordination involving home tele-health technologies and focusing on supporting the care of Veterans in the home.
  • Clinical Video Technology (CVT)
    Care coordination involving videoconferencing technologies with supportive peripheral devices between clinics and hospitals and hospitals and other hospitals, e.g., tele-mental health, tele-surgery.
  • Store and Forward Technology (SFT)
    Care coordination involving store-and-forward based upon the national implementation of a primary care-based program will assess Veterans with diabetes for retinopathy using tele-retinal imaging that expedite referral for treatment and provides health information.
  • MOVE! Program
    MOVE! Weight Management Program supported by VA's National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (NCP).

Space Utilization

  • 12,200 square feet of service space
  • Two multi-purpose rooms for meetings and mental health group therapy
  • 12 exam, evaluation and treatment rooms