Cartwright Recuperative Clinic

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Cartwright RC is a medium-care facility, intended for those who need round-the-clock care for weeks or months. Though the facility is a private one and not attached to the VA system or government, it does maintain one-fifth of its beds for the care of veterans in need of extensive care who cannot afford it, offering beds and care for free. Cartwright RC is a medium-care facility, intended for those who need round-the-clock care for weeks or months. Though the facility is a private one and not attached to the VA system or government, it does maintain one-fifth of its beds for the care of veterans in need of extensive care who cannot afford it, offering beds and care for free.
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 +The facility is located near a gas station and convenience store outside of Warrenton, but the location is basically secluded. It is surrounded by a brick wall topped with wrought iron.
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 +Details discovered during rescue mission:
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 +There are security cameras in the lawn. The interiors of the building also have a radial layout (or at least building 2) with second floor rooms boasting French doors onto balconies. Two rooms share the front balcony, with four sharing the back.

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The Cartwright Recuperative Clinic is a private medical recovery facility. It was founded in 1997 by Dr. Edmund Bishop, after he retired from active service with the Navy as a medical officer. The facility's care is focused on veterans' issues, including those with combat injuries and mental issues.

Cartwright RC is a medium-care facility, intended for those who need round-the-clock care for weeks or months. Though the facility is a private one and not attached to the VA system or government, it does maintain one-fifth of its beds for the care of veterans in need of extensive care who cannot afford it, offering beds and care for free.

The facility is located near a gas station and convenience store outside of Warrenton, but the location is basically secluded. It is surrounded by a brick wall topped with wrought iron.

Details discovered during rescue mission:

There are security cameras in the lawn. The interiors of the building also have a radial layout (or at least building 2) with second floor rooms boasting French doors onto balconies. Two rooms share the front balcony, with four sharing the back.

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