VA Holding Seeking Input On Medical Center Locations

by Gabe Bullard on April 6, 2009

The Department of Veterans Affairs will hold a public meeting Monday at 1PM at the Clifton Center to get input on where the VA should put a new medical center in Louisville.

There are three options for the new center. One is to build it next to University of Louisville Hospital. Another is to renovate the existing facility on Zorn Avenue. And the third option is to split services between the two locations.

VA spokesperson Judy Williams says the public will be able to share opinions on all three options at the meeting, and other input has already been sought.

“We did hold a focus group at the medical center and that included veterans, service organizations and other stakeholder representatives,” she says.

The VA secretary will make the final decision on the facility’s location.

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