The Carl Vinson VA Medical Center (CVVAMC) serves Veterans in middle and southeast Georgia. In addition to our main medical center in Dublin, GA, we offer a number of services to our patients in five community-based outpatient clinics (CBOCs) in Albany, Brunswick, Macon, Perry, and Milledgeville.
For your convenience and safety, we have special waiting areas throughout the facility. You may also want to review our Visiting Hours and Policies. We have volunteers who work in the Intensive Care waiting areas at specific times. Please check in, and give the volunteer the patient's name. If you leave the waiting area at any time, please let the volunteer know, in case we need to contact you.
The CVVAMC has a fully functional police department. Our police officers provide 24-hour patrols of the facility and parking lots. For general police assistance, please dial (478) 277-2766. We ask that you report all suspicious or criminal activity, vehicle accidents, and personal property losses to the VA Police as soon as possible. Because the CVVAMC is federal property, all persons and bags are subject to search and no weapons, alcohol, intoxication, or illegal drugs are permitted. The point of contact for our CVVAMC Police is Chief Rod McNeil.
Lost & Found is located in the Office of the Patient Advocate, Building 5, Room 126 (126-5), extension 2726. Hours of operation are 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. After hours, please turn in those lost or found items to the Administrative Officer of the Day (AOD) located in the Emergency Department in the Outpatient Clinic in Building 5A next to the Information Desk.
A non-denominational chapel is located on the second floor of the hospital in Building 2. Protestant worship services and Catholic mass are held regularly. Please contact the Chaplain Service at extension 2734 for additional information or to speak with one of our chaplains.
The DAV Transportation Network helps Veterans with transportation difficulties get to their appointments. Volunteer drivers log in more than 8,000 driving hours and 172,200 miles each year. The CVVAMC currently has 8 vans in operation and 18 qualified drivers to transport patients to and from their appointments at the CVVAMC from locations throughout middle and southeast Georgia. Click here to see the DAV Transportation Schedule. The DAV provides a Hospital Service Coordinator (HSC) at the CVVAMC to schedule rides for the Veterans on the various vans. The HSC can be reached at 478-277-2775.
There is no public transportation in the city of Dublin, Georgia. There are local taxi services available to citizens. The Disabled Veterans Organization (DAV) operates transport that is available to Veterans who need to get to their appointments.