Veterans Administration Medical Center in Port Angeles, WA with Reviews -
  • 1.Department of Veterans Affairs

    1114 Georgiana St

    Port Angeles,WA

    0.92 mi

  • 2.Va Port Angeles Clinic

    1005 Georgiana St

    Port Angeles,WA

    0.82 mi

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By: Theresa A.
Dshs Region 6 Unit
I have unfortunately been there many times. I've seen what goes on. They are working. All those people they help get through the system must be taken care of too. Things change in my life, often. I report them as we all should. Think how many thousands of people they have contact with daily. I always treat people with respect and most of the time it's returned. I have never had a bad experience when I go there. Truly, I'm grateful to get assistants from our FederaGovernment and State Government and never take it for granted because not that many Countries have assistants for people who have fallen on bad times.Most people know the it takes time when one deals with Fed. or State governments. I've noticed over the years the employees working in government have decreased. They do there best, give 'em a break.Have a Great Day...
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