With the opening of its new state-of-art facility approaching, Ireland Army Health Clinic has announced amended availability and hours of operation for three days as it moves into its new building.

The clinic will temporarily adjust its offered hours and services Jan. 16, 17 and 21 while staff members move into the new facility, adjacent to the current location.

All pharmacy transactions, normally filled at the old Ireland Army Health Clinic, will be completed at Binter Street Pharmacy, located at 160 Binter Street, during the clinic move. Ireland Army Health Clinic's pharmacy operations will resume at the new facility Jan. 22. Additionally, Behavioral Health will be closed all three days during the move. However, patients can receive behavioral health services at the old location's Primary Care, if treatment is needed.

Except for the pharmacy and Behavioral Health, the old clinic location will be open regular business hours Jan. 16. All other services will be offered, including laboratory; however, radiology will only provide limited diagnostic services.

On Jan. 17, only Physical Therapy will be open for regular business hours. All other services will have reduced hours from 7 a.m. to noon. Radiology will be limited to diagnostic services only.

The entire clinic will be closed Jan. 20 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Jan. 21 for the move. On Jan. 22, the new Ireland Army Health Clinic will open with full service at its new location at 200 Brule Street, Building 871.

Ireland Army Health Clinic's command and staff say they appreciate customer patience and understanding as they transition care to the new building to provide clients world-class care with new state-of-art facilities and equipment.