COMMUNITY BASED OUTPATIENT CLINCS (CBOC)
Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) are an important part of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare delivery system. Our CBOCs enable medical staff to offer primary care services, such as lab work and administrative support, in addition to behavioral healthcare, social work, pharmacist consultations, x-rays, podiatry, and a variety of specialty care services provided using Telehealth. Our team of RNs, LPNs, Doctors, Pharmacists, a Social Worker, Clerks, Medical Assistants, and Veteran Service Officers help Veterans apply for benefits. All of our CBOCs fully implement Patient Aligned Care Teams, or PACTs, enhancing the facility’s caregiving environment and improving health services to the area’s Veterans that meet or exceed the requirements of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Healthcare workforce solutions
Government business demands a firm that understands government contracting procedure, with resources in place to complement your business goals, immediately and for the longer term.
PCS is a strategic supplier and business partner to the federal government and its contractor community—providing government contract expertise, workforce management, project management, outsourcing, consulting, and contract compliance services.
PCS is a leader in workforce solutions and leverages that expertise to deliver qualified employees who can meet specific government security requirements. We built our recruitment success on the value of quality people. No matter how diverse or complex your requirements, we can respond quickly—with reliable results. Partner with us for competitive advantages, including:
- Flexibility to execute contracts in a wide variety of government positions across the nation with highly qualified personnel
- Expertise in navigating complex federal contracts
- Strategic Solutions ranging from total workforce management to contract and project management
Compliance ensured through our dedicated Federal Government Service Center
PCS deploys dedicated colleagues in various healthcare positions, including:
- Registered Nurses (RNs)
- Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses (LPNs/LVNs)
- Medical Assistants (MAs)
- Nurse Practitioners (NPs)
- Physicians (Internal Medicine, Nephrologist, Radiologist)
- Radiology/Imaging Technologists
- Battlefield Acupuncturist
One of the major problems in providing care to our nations Veterans is timely access to quality healthcare in Community Based Outpatient Clinics. Tele-Primary Care is one of the tools to overcome this problem.
Our ability to provide Tele-Primary Care to our customers will allow each Community Based Outpatient Clinic to promote coverage for providers, allow for better same-day access, and improve walk-in appointments utilizing telehealth technology.
The technology we are using, Clinical Video Telehealth (CVT), allows a provider at a distant location to make diagnoses, manage care, perform follow-up visits, and actually provide care with the assistance of trained medical staff. Video technology makes it possible for Veteran patients to come to many of the VA's community-based outpatient clinics and connect with a physician, nurse practitioner or other specialists who may be in a location that is dozens, hundreds or even thousands of miles away.
“We are excited to offer Veterans this level of access to care, rather than having to cancel their appointments. This program will allow every opportunity to have a Veteran receive the care he or she needs, when they need it,”
-- Derrick Love-Jones, President/CEO