Milo C. Huempfner Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic - Milwaukee VA Medical Center
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Milwaukee VA Medical Center


Milo C. Huempfner Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic

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Milo C. Huempfner VA Health Care Center

COVID patient goes home, sweet, home after 50 days

Arvin McCray in a wheelchair surrounded by VA workersIf it wasn't for his sister, who made him go to the hospital, Arvin McCray wouldn't be alive today. After 50 days in the Milwaukee VA -- 18 days on a ventilator -- the coronavirus patient is going home. Hundreds of Milwaukee VA employees lined the hallway and south entrance and a roar went through the crowd as the elevator doors opened. Learn More.

Lots and lots and lots of cookies!

Photo of Torrie HutchisonWhen Soldiers' Angels said they were donating Girl Scout cookies to the Milwaukee VA, we expected about 1,000 cases. What a surprise to actually get 25,000 cases for employees and Veterans. We did the math, but you might want to check it. Thanks, Soldiers' Angels! We'll give out these treats to our Veterans and employees. Learn More.

VA MISSION Act - Increasing Veterans' access to health care

Mission Act logoThe MISSION Act strengthens VA’s ability to deliver trusted, easy to access, high quality care at VA facilities, virtually through telehealth, and in your community. That means you get the care and services you need, where and when you need them. More information.

About the Green Bay Health Care Center

We opened the new Green Bay Health Care Center in August 2013, nearly tripling the number of enrolled Veterans in the area.

This breathtaking, 161,525-square-foot facility has 1,200 parking spaces and employs 300 staff. They care for nearly 15,000 Veterans when you include those who get additional care here from Iron Mountain, Michigan, and the surrounding areas. The Green Bay Clinic offers a vast array of services, just short of overnight stays and an Emergency Department.

We are open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call 920-431-2500.

Services include:

Primary Care (Disease management,
diabetes, lipids, MOVE program, EKGs), etc.
Mental Health Primary Care Integrated
Mental Health
Laboratory Imaging, ultrasound, and CT scans Podiatry
Optometry Ophthalmology Cardiology (Echo scans, and exercise stress testing)
Gynecology Urology Orthopedic
Nephrology General surgery Pharmacy
Audiology Pulmonary function testing Dental (General, periodontal and prosthodontic)
Oncology GI Procedure Chemo infusion
Dialysis Telehealth Ambulatory surgery (Oral, ophthalmological, general, orthopedic, GYN, and urology).


Driving Directions

From I-43

Take exit 185 to merge onto WI-54 E/WI-54 Trunk E/WI-57 N/Sturgeon Bay Rd toward Sturgeon Bay/Algoma;

Take the University Ave/Nicolet Dr exit toward Weidner Center/U w Green BayStreet View,

Turn left onto University Ave (signs for N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation/Brown Co Mental Health Center)

The health care center will be on the right.


Parent Facility: Clement J Zablocki VAMC (Milwaukee)
                Phones: (414) 384-2000 or (888) 469-6614