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A groundbreaking ceremony for the Charlotte VA Health Care Center is scheduled to take place March 28 from 2 to 3 p.m., at West Tyvola Road and Cascade Pointe Boulevard in Charlotte.
The Health Care Center will serve veterans who currently receive care through the Charlotte Community-Based Outpatient Clinic. Much like the outpatient clinic, the healthcare center will only provide outpatient services, but with a significantly increased capacity for expansion of services in the future.
Childress Klein-Cambridge Healthcare Solutions of Herndon, Va., will build the six-story Health Care Center, which will be located on a 35-acre site.
When completed, the Charlotte Health Care Center will have 295,000 net usable square feet of space and 1,930 parking spaces. It is currently scheduled to be completed in Spring 2016.

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