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Caroline vets can use mobile clinic


The Veteran’s Administration has developed a new Mobile Medical Clinic to be sent out to Virginia’s rural areas so that veterans living far away from VA facilities can receive medical services more conveniently.

The Clinic is stationed at the Rappahannock Tribe’s Cultural Center located at 5036 Indian Neck Road, Indian Neck, Virginia 23148, two days each month.

The Veteran’s Administration will send out public service announcements in the local papers to let the public know which days they will be open at the Rappahannock Tribal Center. The Clinic and Staff will be stationed there on October 9th, 2010 for the Rappahannock Tribe’s 12th Annual Native American Pow Wow. Come and meet the Clinic Staff and arrange to become enrolled in their Mobile Medical Program to receive medical and pharmaceutical services without having to travel more than an hour away.

This location services tribal members in King & Queen, Caroline and Essex counties. The Pow Wow grounds open at 11:00 AM., with Grande Entry at 12:00 noon. Come and enjoy the Native American dancing, food and activities of the day’s event. The Rappahannock Tribe is proud to partner with the Veteran’s Administration to provide services to our areas honored veteran warriors. For more information, call 804-769-0260 or go to our website at for directions to the Center.

Rappahannock Tribe, Inc.

5036 Indian Neck Rd.

Indian Neck, Va. 23148


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  • Thank you

    This is a great union of teams Native Americans and VA. Just Awesome!

    Thanks so much how nice not to have to go through time and expense of traveling so far. Especially in these hard times for the elderly, young, and disabled

    Can’t thank everyone responsible enough.