Many veterans attended today's ribbon cutting event at 10am.
The approximately 30,000-square foot clinic was formally known as Klein's Super Market building. The state-of-the-art clinic will help provide a wide range of treatments to veterans, including mental health services.
Tomball is home to about 40,000 veterans and 8,000 have already registered for services at the new facility.
Doctors say the location of the hospital will make it easier for veterans to have access to the care they need.
"It means a lot to the community. We don't have to drive all the way into Houston or into Conroe for their VA clinic. It gives the veterans here more access and probably more availability for their appointments," said Sheila Shulte, retired from U.S. Army.
The VA Medical Center in Tomball will officially open its doors of its new outpatient clinic on October 15. The clinic will be open Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm.
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