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Community Based Outpatient Clinic Alexandria, VA

CBOCs: Charlotte Hall, MDGreenbelt, MDSoutheast Washington

The Department of Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in Alexandria, Virginia is moving to the new Community Hospital at Ft. Belvoir on September 19. Veterans currently receiving care at the Alexandria CBOC will continue care without interruption and with the same providers at the VA-Ft. Belvoir CBOC.

Coming soon! VA-Ft. Belvoir Community Clinic

On September 19, 2011, a new VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) at the Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital’s Sunrise Pavilion. The CBOC will provide basic medical care, preventive care, and health education for eligible Veterans, including comprehensive women’s health care. Health care at this clinic is provided and coordinated by a physician and nurse case manager.

The VA-Ft. Belvoir CBOC will be open Mondays through Fridays 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for medical appointments.

Phone: 703-313-0694

The Ft. Belvoir CBOC will be located on 9300 DeWitt Loop inside the Sunrise Pavilion. Veterans may access Ft. Belvoir through the main entrance (Tulley Gate) with their VA identification card. Those taking public transportation may take the yellow Metro line to the Huntington Metro station and then transfer to the REX bus (Richmond Highway Express) to access the base.

Driving Direction From Washington DC (1-95 South)

  • If you are traveling south on 1-95, take the Fairfax Parkway/Backlick Road (7100) exit 166 A.
  • Take the Fairfax County Parkway to its end at U.S. Rt. 1 (Richmond Highway.)
  • Turn left.
  • At the first light, on the right, is the entrance for Tulley Gate on to Fort Belvoir.
  • This is the main entrance to the post and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • All visitors to Fort Belvoir without DOD decals on their vehicles MUST use Tulley Gate. For information about Department of Defense decals, call the VPOC at (703) 806-4892.

From Richmond (1-95 North)

  • If you are traveling north on 1-95 North, take the Fort Belvoir Exit 161 B. (U.S. Rt 1 -- Richmond Highway)
  • You will travel five miles to Fort Belvoir.
  • Continue through the light at the Fairfax County Parkway (VA 7100). At the next stop light, on the right side you will see the entrance for Tulley Gate, turn right.

Community Based Outpatient Clinic Alexandria, VA

6940 South Kings Highway, Suite 208, Alexandria, Virginia 22310

The Washington DC VA Medical Center Community Clinic Alexandria provides better access to medical care for veterans living in the Northern Virginia area.

The clinic provides basic medical care, preventive care, and health education for eligible veterans. Health care is provided and coordinated by a physician and nurse case manager.

Dr. Jennifer Baptiste and Bonnie James, PA provide comprehensive Women's health care.

The Community Clinic - Alexandria is located in the Northern Virginia Vet Center,6940 South Kings Highway, Suite 208, Alexandria, Virginia 22310.

The Community Clinic - Alexandria is open Mondays through Fridays 7:30 a.m. to 4p.m. for medical appointments.

The administrative officer is at the clinic five days a week to enroll veterans in the VA health system, make veteran identification cards and schedule clinic appointments.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I make an appointment at the Community Clinic- Alexandria?

A. Veterans may call 703-313-0694 Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 4 pm. to schedule an appointment, for enrollment or to obtain a picture identification card.
Veterans may also call the Medical Center Call Center 202-745-8577 Monday through Friday between 7:30am and 6pm to schedule an appointment or for additional information.

Q. What if I need care when the clinic is closed?

A. If your illness is not life-threatening, call the Medical Advice line and a nurse will advise you on what to do and where to seek medical treatment.
If you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room for immediate medical attention.

Q. Who should I call if I have questions about my health care?

A. Call the nurse case manager Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at 703-313-0694. At other times you should call the Medical Advice Line nurse at 202-745-8577.

Q. How do I get my prescriptions filled?

A. During your scheduled visit, this will be discussed with you. The first refill on a new prescription will be automatically mailed to you.
For additional refills by mail you must complete and return the pharmacy refill form that is included with the first refill.

Q. If I need an X-ray can it be done at the Community Clinic?

A. If ordered by your doctor, X-rays will be taken at the DeWitt Army Medical Center at Fort Belvoir.

Q. Will there be transportation services to the clinic?

A. Under limited circumstances, transportation may be provided. Call the clinic for more information.

Community Clinics
Alexandria, Va
Charlotte Hall, MD
Greenbelt, MD
Southeast Washington