Oklahoma City VA Health Care System
Lawton VA Clinic
The Lawton VA Outpatient Clinic is located on Fort Sill. This clinic provides primary care, mental health care, express care, women’s health, allergy, telehealth, dental, pharmacy, nutrition, physical therapy, occupational therapy, prosthetics, laboratory services, home-based primary care services, optometry and audiology. Primary Care is delivered by our Ambulatory Care Service. Ambulatory Care Service offers an extensive range of treatment modalities with emphasis on health care prevention.
As we plan for your safe care moving forward the following safety measures are in place and will remain in place until further notice. Thank you for your patience during this uncertain time. VA is here for you.
- We continue to limit the number of patients who come to our facilities for health care. We encourage Veterans to continue to use our virtual care options for most primary care and mental health services. Learn more at connectedcare.va.gov/. Patients who need an in-person appointment will be contacted.
- When you come to the facility please wear a face covering. Did you know a person with COVID-19 can lack symptoms and can transmit the virus to others and not even know it? This can be extremely dangerous for our most vulnerable population. In light of this, the Department of Veterans Affairs requires everyone wear face coverings in all public areas within our faciliy. Protect your fellow Veterans.
- Strict entry point health screening, including temperature checks, prior to entry in our facilities. Please allow a bit of extra time for this process.
- Streamlined check-in process to limit time spent in waiting rooms. Please arrive no earlier than 15 prior to your schedule appointment. After you have verified your appointment please proceed to your clinic or you may be asked to wait in the lobby for a short time to ensure proper physical distancing.
- No visitor policy remains in place to include no persons under 18. Exceptions made on a case by case basis. If someone drives you to an appointment they will not be permitted inside unless they are physically assisting you.
- Patients undergoing medical procedures will be tested for COVID-19 prior to surgery. Patients who are admitted to the hospital or residential units (Mental Health programs) will also be tested prior to admission.
- Frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces in our facilities.
- Physical distancing in common areas like waiting rooms, canteen and retail stores.
Remember if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to somebody who has tested positive for the virus, you should please call before visiting our facilities. Our Nurse Tip/Triage line is 405-456-1000, option 3.
If you know your PACT team, you can reach them directly using the phone numbers listed below.
The Patient Advocate can provide information about policies and procedures, information concerning the patient's rights and responsibilities, a forum for you to voice concerns, and an explanation as to how we will respond to your concerns. The Patient Advocate functions as a liaison between patients, their families and/or representative and all hospital staff. Act on your behalf to review complaints, concerns, inquiries, needs. Advocate for patient rights, promote great customer service and help facilitate quality patient care.
Bernard Griffin: 580-585-5858