Rock Hill VA clinic temporarily closed

news@lakewyliepilot.comAugust 27, 2013 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center officials announced today a fire sprinkler head inadvertently discharged Friday evening at the contract VA Outpatient Clinic in Rock Hill, which has resulted in the temporary closing of the clinic due to water damage.

Officials do not have an estimate as to when the clinic might reopen, but are working to minimize the down time. In the interim, staff are notifying patients and rescheduling visits to a later date. Once repairs are completed, an announcement will be made as to the reopening date.

Officials apologize for the temporary inconvenience and strive to minimize the delays so they can continue to provide the highest quality VA health care for Veterans in the Rock Hill area.

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