Constructing New VA Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, Unjustified
Government Accountability Office WASHINGTON DC United States
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As part of its construction program the Veterans Administration VA planned to build a new VA hospital in Camden, New Jersey. GAO analyzed the methods used by VA to determine the size requirements of the hospital. The proposed VA hospital in Camden is not a replacement of a VA hospital, but an addition to the VA system. Its construction is not justified. Avoiding construction of the new hospital would save approximately 70 million in construction funds and about 32 million per year in operating expenses.
- Medical Facilities, Equipment and Supplies
- Economics and Cost Analysis