New Mobile, Ala. Veterans Affairs clinic finally on way

Department of Veterans Affairs

Soon veterans living in Mobile won’t have to travel far to receive care.

A new clinic has been approved by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to replace the current, outdated clinic on Springhill Avenue.

Thanks in part go to Alabama 1st District U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrnewho’s made getting a new VA clinic one of his top priorities in Congress.

Byrne made the announcement of the new clinic in a press release Thursday afternoon.

“This announcement is music to the ears of the over 50,000 veterans who live in Southwest Alabama,” said Byrne. “Since being elected to Congress, I have repeatedly called on the VA to move forward with this project. It is a shame the process took as long as it did, but the new facility will be able to better serve those who have given so much to our country.”

Byrne continued, “The work is not done. I will continue to provide diligent oversight throughout the construction process to ensure the project remains on schedule. We must also continue pushing for reforms at the VA to ensure accountability and promote greater choices for our veterans.”

Last April, Byrne sent a letter to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary Robert McDonald, urging the VA to expedite construction of a new VA clinic in Mobile.

More information on the new clinic is not yet available.


  1. I am personally grateful, and I’m sure many other Vets are too, to hear of our new VA clinic in Mobile!

    Thanks Rep. Byrne!

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