The Villages Outpatient Clinic – North Florida #the #villages, #veterans #affairs, #community,


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North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System

Services

The Villages Outpatient Clinic provides a broad range of general medical services for the primary care patient, as well as a variety of specialty care services. Services to be provided in this location will include but are not limited to: Primary Care, Audiology, Dental, Pharmacy, Radiology, Gastroenterology, Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Service, Women’s Health, Visually Impaired Services Team, CT Scan, Cardiology, Optometry. Ophthalmology, MRI, Podiatry, Wound Care, Mental Health, and Social Work. This clinic serves acute and chronically ill eligible Veterans. Our Veteran patient population requires a complexity of care that ranges from minor health care needs to urgent care. Veterans requiring hospitalization are assessed, stabilized and transferred to either local facilities or to the Gainesville VA Medical Center according to the urgency of their needs. Procedures or specialty care not provided by this clinic are referred to the Gainesville VA Medical Center.

Driving Directions

FROM THE NORTH (OCALA)
Proceed east on US-441 / US-27. At C.R. 42, make right hand turn. Drive approximately 1.0 mile. At red light, turn left onto SE 89th Sweetwater Terrace. After stop sign, proceed straight ahead into The Villages VA Outpatient Clinic parking lot.

FROM THE WEST (LEESBURG)
Proceed west on US-27. At C.R. 42, make a left hand turn. Drive approximately 1.0 mile. At red light, turn left onto SE 89th Sweetwater Terrace. After stop sign, proceed straight ahead into The Villages VA Outpatient Clinic parking lot.

Maps to Clinic

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Location

8900 SE 165th Mulberry Ln.
The Villages, FL 32162

Phone Fax

Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri
8:00am – 4:30pm (by appointment only)

Driving Directions

Coordinates:
28 58’49″N 82 0’18″W

Other Locations


Phone Directory – VA Central California Health Care System #, #veterans #affairs,


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Additional VA Life Insurance: Veterans Special Life Insurance (Korean War Program) –


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Life Insurance

Additional VA Life Insurance: Veterans’ Special Life Insurance (Korean War Program)

The Insurance Act of 1951 established a program to meet the insurance needs of Korean War service personnel and veterans. During this period, all service members on active duty were covered by $10,000 of free insurance under a program known as Servicemen’s Indemnity .

Korea 1951, 7th U.S. Infantry Division
(Courtesy of Arms and Armour Press, At War in Korea from a U.S Army Photo)

They remained covered under Servicemen’s Indemnity for 120 days after their discharge. Newly discharged veterans could then apply for Veterans Special Life Insurance (VSLI) which was renewable term insurance. The VSLI program was closed to new issues at the end of 1956. Effective January 1, 1959, VSLI term policies could be converted to permanent plans of insurance or exchanged for a limited convertible term policy. Today there are 181,000 policies still in force and the average age of policyholders is 75 years. Annual dividends are paid on these policies. The maximum face amount of a policy is $10,000. However, this limit does not include paid-up additional insurance which can be purchased with the annual dividends. Certain disability benefits are available under these policies for policyholders who become totally disabled before their 65 th birthday.


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About Us

The Graduate Public Affairs Council, GPAC, is the University of Texas-recognized student government body of the Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs. GPAC s purpose is to serve the students of the LBJ School of Public Affairs community. In order to achieve this purpose, GPAC facilitates student initiatives; fosters discussion and decision-making; and represents and engages in advocacy on behalf of students and their concerns.

To facilitate student initiatives, GPAC:

  • Coordinates, fund, and support GPAC-recognized LBJ Student Organizations
  • Organizes functions to benefit the LBJ School
  • Assists the Office of Student and Alumni Programs in the execution of its programs; and
  • Support other programs or events that provide opportunities for intellectual, professional, and social development

Examples of GPAC activities: Brown Bag Speaker Series, Alumni Networking Events, Intramural Sports, LBJ-wide happy hours, and a variety of academic and social events

To foster discussion and decision-making, GPAC:

  • Provides opportunities for the exchange of information and ideas between Elected Representatives and the Student Body members that they represent; and
  • Operate a system of Standing Committees and Appointees to address student concerns, led by the Executive Committee

To advocate on behalf of students, GPAC :

  • Fosters communication between the Student Body and others, including but not limited to, the administration and faculty of the LBJ School and its affiliated bodies;
  • Convey student concerns to the LBJ School faculty and administration, the University of Texas, and the general public; and
  • Maintain and improve relationships between current students and alumni.