|Title:||Community Based Outpatient Clinic and Primary Care Clinic Reviews at Lexington VA Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky|
|VA Office:||Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
|Report Author:||Office of Healthcare Inspections
|Report Type:||CBOC Reports
The VA Office of Inspector General reviewed the Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) and primary care clinics (PCCs) of the Lexington VA Medical Center. The purpose of the review was to determine whether the CBOCs and PCCs provide safe, consistent and high-quality health care for our veterans. The review covered the clinical care components of alcohol use disorder and medication management and evaluated if processes were in place for designated women’s health providers to maintain proficiency in women’s health. We also randomly selected the Berea, KY, CBOC for a site visit during the week of December 2, 2013, to evaluate the environment of care. OIG noted opportunities for improvement and made three recommendations in the following reviews: Alcohol Use Disorder and Environment of Care.