United States Department of Veterans Affairs

VA Caribbean Healthcare System

Contructions Updates

Administrative Building-Investment $38 Million

This new building is a state of the art facility and it is also defined as a green building.  The building qualifies for the Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating.  The LEED System, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), provides a set of standards for environmentally sustainable construction.  LEED certified buildings provide healthier work and living environments, which contributes to higher productivity and improved employee health and comfort.

 

Expanding Outpatient Care - Investment $64.4 Million

As state-of-the-art technology and diagnostic procedures forms part of the medical care most often provided to Veterans, it’s vital that VA facilities are enhanced in terms of space, and comfortable environments. And that is why we are here today, to celebrate the beginning of a construction that will provide just that; better and more comfortable space for our Veterans seeking outpatient care.


This $64.4 million construction will provide additional space for exam rooms and supporting clinical functions in the existing outpatient-clinic building. That includes new clinics for dentistry, audiology and speech pathology, diabetes and infectious diseases care and other sub-specialty and primary care. It also includes a new and enhanced clinic for women Veterans.

 

State of the Art Parking Garage - Investment $80 Million

This state-of-the-art multilevel garage will accommodate 1,537 new parking spaces. Some highlights include advance technology that informs the driver of speci#c available spaces throughout the parking garage.

 

 

    Renovations and Improvements

    

    Completed Projects

 

Energy Management 


 

State-of-the-art Administrative Building.

 

Future courtyard of outpatient facility in San Juan VA Medical Center. 

 

Parking Garage that will accomodate 1,537 new parking spaces.