Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center
Kenosha VA Clinic
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the services on this page may have changed. For up-to-date information, please visit our Operating Status page.
New Expanded Services
The new 8,000-square-foot facility will have double the number of exam rooms, making the best use of space for Kenosha Veteran patients. The new facility offers many new Telehealth services and primary care services, women’s health care, phlebotomy, mental health services, social work services, MOVE weight management clinic and pharmacy services. Telehealth services bring medical care closer to home for Veterans, allowing them to receive services such as pre-colonoscopy consultations in a local CBOC instead having to travel to the main hospital in North Chicago, Ill.
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays
Telephone Advice Line
24 hours a day / 7 days a week 224-610-2920
Closest Cross Streets: Located in Kenosha on 22nd Avenue, the closes cross street is 85th Street.
Metra: Kenosha Station
Patients must be registered, enrolled and eligible to receive services in our clinic. The first step is to complete an Application for Health Care Benefits (VA Form 10-10EZ). For more information, please visit our Eligibility page or read more about VA Health Benefits. Please remember to bring any private insurance information (if available) to the first appointment.
Each eligible patient is assigned a Primary Medical Care Provider. Together, with the clinic staff, they coordinate a patient’s care within the VA health system. Services offered through the Kenosha Community Based Outpatient Clinic include:
Diagnosis and management of your health care needs
Health Promotion/Wellness Health Education
Pharmacist Managed Coumadin Clinic
Audiology Exams and Services
Women’s Health Services
We are committed to meeting the unique needs of Women Veterans by delivering the highest quality health care to each woman, while offering her the privacy, dignity and the sensitivity she deserves. Comprehensive primary care is offered to Women Veterans at the Kenosha Clinic. Services include well women exams, preventive health care and gynecological services.
The Kenosha CBOC’s experienced Social Workers are available by appointment to provide:
- Readjustment Counseling
- Social Services Support, including referrals for long-term care and in-home services
- Individual & Family Therapy
- Family Education & Counseling
- Relapse Prevention
- Homeless Veteran Support
- Crisis Management
- Vet Center Appointment Hours for Combat Veterans with PTSD or other related mental health issues
If you are in crisis, and need immediate assistance, please contact the 24/7 Telephone Advice Line: 224-610-2920 or the Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 If the issue is an emergency, please call 911 or visit the nearest Emergency Department
Mental Health Services
Kenosha CBOC Mental Health providers have comprehensive treatment plans to best meet the needs of their patients. If medication is necessary for treatment, they will be prescribed and mailed
Psychiatric Services are available by appointment on Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
A patient may be referred to the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (our parent facility) for specialty consultations, such as Audiology (hearing tests), Ophthalmology (eye exams), Cardiology (heart specialists), Pulmonary, Gastroenterology, etc.
The Kenosha CBOC uses scheduled appointments for patient care.
Walk-in visits for non-urgent issues are addressed in-between and after scheduled appointments.
If you have a new illness or injury, please contact the Telephone Advice Clinic at 224-610-2920 for assistance in arranging same-day care.
Health Emergency: Please call 911 for immediate medical assistance, or visit the nearest Emergency Department