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Butler VA Health Care System


VA Butler Health Care Center

Health Care Center - Opening September 5

VA Butler’s new Health Care Center (HCC) will be open for Veterans on September 5, 2017. The new address for the HCC is: 353 North Duffy Road, Butler, PA 16001.   

Butler HCC Construction Progress

Health Care Center Progress

On June 2, 2017 VA officially signed the HCC lease, marking the beginning of our lease term (the building has been turned over to us!) We will use the upcoming months to finish preparing for our move. We look forward to serving you in our brand new building in September.

About the new Butler HCC

The VA Butler Health Care Center (HCC) will enhance and improve the outpatient health care environment for our Veterans and their families. It will provide new space for all outpatient services and support staff (all of the services currently provided in Building 1 on the main VA Butler campus).

The HCC will be a two-story building with 168,000 square feet, and more than 1,300 parking spaces. The new HCC will be silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified.

VA selected Cambridge Healthcare Solutions PA, LP (Cambridge), of Vienna, Virginia to build the new Health Care Center (HCC) on the Herald Farm property located on North Duffy Road, approximately 1.4 miles away from the existing Butler campus. VA will lease the facility from Cambridge for $8.4 million annually during a 20-year term once construction is complete.

Services Available

The new HCC will include primary care, specialty care, mental health, dental, diagnostic, laboratory, pathology, radiology, podiatry, optometry, pharmacy, physical rehabilitation, and women’s health. It will be fully equipped to continue as well as expand the technology used by VA to provide care. This includes telemedicine equipment for telehealth, clinical video telehealth, teledermatology, teleretinal exams, and teleaudiology.

HCC Floor Plans