Enthusiastic Celebration Greets Groundbreaking for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina VA Outpatient Clinic

Numerous Grand Strand veterans and their families were present on May 31st to mark the groundbreaking for the Department of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Keynote speaker Major General and Medal of Honor recipient James E. Livingston, USMC (Ret.) recognized that this new clinic, planned for completion in late 2020, will provide significantly more convenient health care for area veterans. Currently, the closest VA medical is in Charleston, a two-hour drive.

The development and construction of the Myrtle Beach clinic is a joint venture between GUV Services, LLC, a Washington, D.C. veteran-owned business, and Carnegie Management and Development and Development Corporation of Westlake, Ohio. The clinic, to be located at 1800 Airpark Drive near the Myrtle Beach International Airport, will be a two-story facility comprising over 100,000 square feet. The clinic is expected to provide primary care, mental health, dermatology, podiatry, physical and occupational therapy, prosthetics, optometry, audiology, blood collection and radiology services. In addition, the clinic will also feature a women’s health area and will allow for expansion of additional specialty services.

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  • Enthusiastic Celebration Greets Groundbreaking for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina VA Outpatient Clinic
  • Enthusiastic Celebration Greets Groundbreaking for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina VA Outpatient Clinic
  • Enthusiastic Celebration Greets Groundbreaking for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina VA Outpatient Clinic

    Pictured, from left - Rustom Khouri III, Director of Business Development/Pre-Construction Services, Carnegie Management and Development Corp.; Jeffrey Wehrmann, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Senior Resident Engineer; Joe Callahan, GUV Services, LLC; Katrina Jack-Tribble, Ph.D., U.S Department of Veterans Affairs Contracting Officer; Christian Lamanna, CEO, GUV Services, LLC and Dr. Rustom R. Khouri, President and CEO, Carnegie Management and Development Corp.

  • Enthusiastic Celebration Greets Groundbreaking for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina VA Outpatient Clinic

    Pictured, from left – The Honorable Brenda Bethune, Mayor, City of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; James Everette Livingston, retired Major General, U.S. Marine Corps and Medal of Honor recipient; Scott Isaacks, Director and CEO of the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center; Dr. Rustom Khouri, President and CEO of Carnegie Management and Development Corporation and Christian Lamanna, CEO, GUV Services, LLC

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