GSA Supports Veterans in Texas’ Coastal Bend

March 11, 2021

People lined up with shovels turning dirt at groundbreaking

Americans who served our country deserve the best when it comes to healthcare. That’s why the General Services Administration (GSA) is building a new 69,000 square foot state of the art Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) for the Veteran’s Administration (VA) in Corpus Christi, Texas. The facility will support a growing number of veterans in the Texas Coastal Bend by expanding primary care, womens, mental, gericatric services and radiology.

GSA’s mission is to provide the best value in real estate to our federal partners like the VA. We support them by providing space to work in so they can focus on their mission to provide healthcare to Veteran’s to improve their lives and overall well being. In fact, GSA’s Commissioner of the Public Building Service (PBS) in collaboration with the VA initiated a pilot program to acquire six CBOCs across the country to help save taxpayer dollars through improved efficiencies. In GSA’s Greater Southwest Region, the new CBOC will be in Corpus Christi, Texas, and will support over 26,000 Veterans in the 20 counties surrounding Laredo, McAllen, Harlingen and Corpus Christi.

The Corpus Christi facility is being constructed at South Padre Island Dr. and West Point Rd with an anticipated completion in the Summer of 2022. The facility will consolidate the Corpus Christi Patient Aligned Care Team (PACT) Annex and the existing Corpus Christi Outpatient Clinic into one continuous, cost effective and more efficient space.

Last Reviewed: 2021-03-16