- Associated Press - Thursday, April 9, 2015

Veterans Affairs medical facilities in Connecticut are performing better than the national average at avoiding long waits for appointments, according to government date reviewed by The Associated Press.

Here is a look at the performance of the state’s eight VA clinics.

The data are listed according to facility; city; type; total appointments completed; care delayed at least 31 days; percent delayed at least 31 days; care delayed 31-60 days; care delayed 61-90 days; care delayed more than 90 days.

VAMC stands for Veterans Affairs medical center and CBOC means community based outpatient center.

Connecticut VA-Newington; Newington; CBOC; 84,772; 1,464; 1.73 percent; 1,126; 204; 134

Connecticut VA-West Haven; West Haven; VAMC; 163,643; 1,523; 0.93 percent; 1,172; 225; 126

John J. McGuirk VA Clinic; New London; CBOC; 6,475; 50; 0.77 percent; 35; 12; 3

Winsted VA Clinic; Winsted; CBOC; 2,727; 21; 0.77 percent; 9; 7; 5

Waterbury VA Clinic; Waterbury; CBOC; 2,859; 4; 0.14 percent; 3; 1; 0

Willimantic VA Clinic; Willimantic; CBOC; 2,921; 4; 0.14 percent; 4; 0; 0

Stamford VA Clinic; Stamford; CBOC; 1,788; 1; 0.06 percent; 1; 0; 0

Danbury VA Clinic; Danbury; CBOC; 2,669; 1; 0.11 percent; 3; 0; 0

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