Eugene Healthcare Center

With the completion of the new Eugene Veterans Affairs clinic, thousands of Oregon military veterans now have increased access to the medical care they were promised for their service and sacrifice for our country. In designing and building Eugene’s first new VA clinic in 16 years, Soderstrom Architects focused on providing a new facility for state-of-the-art medical treatment, high-quality care, and excellent patient experiences for veterans. Certified LEED Silver for Healthcare, the project was built below the cost of comparable VA facilities at $295/SF and was completed on a fast schedule, with a total project duration of 26 months. The Eugene VA has an extensive Dental Services department, which has 14 treatment bays, an Oral Surgery suite, and on-site dental lab. The 120-exam room facility also provides a patient centered interior, healing garden, memorial plaza and full accessibility. Services include diagnostic imaging, primary care clinics, laboratory, pharmacy, orthopedics/rehab, surgery, two endoscopy suites, mental health & nutrition services, internal medicine, and open staff workplaces. The two-story atrium/lobby with fireplace and monumental staircase provides daylight, a welcoming entry, and wayfinding.


Department of Veterans Affairs

Project Type

Ambulatory Surgery Center

Construction Type

New Construction


Eugene, Oregon


122,000 SF


diagnostic imaging, primary care clinics, laboratory, pharmacy, orthopedics/rehab, surgery, endoscopy, specialty clinics, internal medicine, open staff workplaces, landscaped gardens


LEED Silver


Best Regional Project, Engineering News Record Northwest, 2016

Excellence in Concrete Award, Oregon Concrete and Aggregate Producers Association, 2016

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