Ribbon Cutting for the Fort Bliss Soldier Family Care Center

A ribbon cutting for the Fort Bliss Consolidated Family Care/Troop Medical Clinic took place on December 15, 2010.  This 144,000 SF facility is the largest free-standing medical clinic in the Army.  This was a design-build project that began in 2008 and was construction complete in November of 2010. 

Key Facts: 

  • 41,000 1st Armored Division soldiers and family members will utilize the clinic
  • 45,000 beneficiaries will be enrolled at the clinic
  • $8.2 million worth of equipment was purchased, inspected and installed
  • 88 exam rooms and 44 provider offices were built within the facility
  • 5-window pharmacy is expected to provide over 2,600 prescriptions daily
  • 2 state-of-the-art digital x-ray machines were installed
  • Designed and built to LEED Silver Certification
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