Ribbon Cutting Marks Warfeather’s Newly Redesigned Women Veterans Clinic Project
Ribbon Cutting Marks Warfeather’s Newly Redesigned Women Veterans Clinic Project Veteran Women’s Healthcare Moves To The Forefront
April 19, 2018
TULSA, OK — This past Wednesday, The Ernest Childer’s VA Outpatient Clinic held a ribbon cutting ceremony for their newly redesigned Women Veterans Clinic, a gender specific facility that focuses on providing todays women veterans with quality and timely medical services. At the helm of the redesign project was Warfeather, a construction firm headquartered in Coweta, OK.
Jonathan M. Plasencia, Associate Director and Chief Operating Officer at the Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System, and several other staff gave remarks at the event. They praised the much needed redesign and with it their ability to increase the number of women veterans they can serve. Also in attendance was Wanda Graham, a veteran of the United States Marine Corp, who said “Healthcare has come a long way for women veterans, there was a time when the VA only offered services to women if they were disabled.”
“The redesign includes two additional exam rooms and a second nursing exam room,” said Adam Oglesbee, president of Warfeather. “We provided professional construction services and project management for the Veterans Administration with whom we have had a long term, successful relationship.”
As one of the fastest growing construction firms in Oklahoma, Warfeather is steadily achieving its goal of becoming a nationally recognized firm. Warfeather is SBA 8(a) certified, minority- owned SDVOSB business as well as a VETBIZ certified contractor, a TERO certified contractor with both the Cherokee Nation and Muskogee Creek Nation, and a preferred vendor for many tribal, state, and local government agencies.