A to Z List of Services - Washington DC VA Medical Center
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Washington DC VA Medical Center

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A to Z List of Services

Washington DC VA Medical Center offers a variety of health services to meet the needs of our nation's Veterans. Many of our services are listed below; however, you may also view our phone directory or contact us for additional information. For Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) services, Dial 711.


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Service Listing
Service Location Phone
Agent Cashier Services

The Agent Cashier Unit safeguards the cash of patients being admitted to the hospital when they're unable to give this cash to a family member.
Room 1A103
Audiology and Speech Pathology

Quality, comprehensive, state of the art clinical services to veterans with hearing, speech, language, voice, and swallowing disorders
Building 6, 1H100
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Bariatric Surgery

The DC VAMC bariatric surgery program serves VISN 5 veterans with obesity who have struggled to lose weight and maintain weight loss using lifestyle changes alone.
50 Irving St, NW. Washington, DC 20422
202-745-8000 Ext. x56293
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COVID-19 Vaccines

Information on COVID-19 vaccines.
Washington DC VA Medical Center
Caregiver Program

Whether you and the Veteran you care for could use some help at home or you just need someone to listen, we're here to support you.
1st Floor, Room 1D141-A
202-745-8000 Ext. 55926
Chaplain Service

We support and complement the mission of the medical center by offering patoral care and collateral services for patients, their families and staff.
3rd Floor, Room 3A120
Community Living Center

The Comprehensive Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (CNRC) provides a continuum of short stay and long stay inpatient services twenty-four hours a day.
Building 6, 2nd floor
202-745-8000 Ext. 58580
Compliance and Business Integrity Office

CBI serves the principal hospital function in advising the Medical Center Director on matters relating to compliance and business integrity.
1B 112
202-745-8000 Ext. 55533
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Fee Basis and Billing

The Fee Basis Unit processes payment to non-VA providers who have been issued formal authorizations by the medical center to deliver care.
1st Floor, Room 1J154
202-745-8000 Ext. 57777
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Gastroenterology and Hepatology

The GI and hepatology section at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington DC offers expert care to patients with disorders of the digestive system.
Washington DC VA Medical Center
202-745-8000 Ext. 56266
Geriatrics, Extended Care and Palliative Care

Community Services, Pallative Care, Geriatric Medicine, HBPC, Community Living Center, and Geriatrics Clinic.
1st Floor, 1K120

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Hematology and Medical Oncology

The Hematology and Medical Oncology Section at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington DC offers state of the art diagnostic and treatment modalities
4th Floor, Room 4D115
2nd Floor, 2C-North
Homeless Veterans

If you are a Veteran who has lost your home, receive the support you've earned to get back on your feet.
Community Resource and Referral Center, 1500 Franklin St. Washington, DC 20018
202-745-8000 Ext. 53602
Hospitalist Section

The Hospitalist Section consists of a group of physicians who specialize in inpatient medicine for hospitalized veterans at the DC VA Medical Center.
Washington DC VA Medical Center
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Mental Health

If you qualify for VA health care, you can get high-quality mental health services as part of your benefits.
1st Floor, 1D107
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Nursing Service

Our nurses are vital members of a health care team serving veterans in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and the Maryland suburban area.
1st Floor, 1B107
Nutrition and Food Service

Nutrition & Food Services provides a variety of nutritious meals tailored to meet each inpatient's dietary prescription.
Room 1B123
202-745-8000 Ext. 58190
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Occupational Health Clinic

The Occupational Health Clinic (OHC) provides health services to employees and volunteers.
First Floor, Room 1C118
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Pacemaker Center

The VA Pacemaker Program is an outstanding, pioneering example of telemedicine.
4th Floor Room 4D139
Patient Experience and Advocacy Office

Patient Advocates are available to assist Veterans and their families who may have concerns about health care or services received at the Medical Center.
1st Floor, 1B103

We have several ways to get prescriptions to veterans quickly.
1st Floor, Room 1E117

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Physiatry) is the medical specialty that evaluates, diagnoses, treats and manages patients with physical disabilities.
Basement, GC120

Psychology Service and Trauma Service

The psychologists on staff provide treatment and support to all sectors of the medical center
3rd Floor
202-745-8000 Ext. 58591
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Research at the Washington VAMC is a multi-dimensional endeavor.
Washington DC VA Medical Center
202-745-8000 Ext. 57048
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Transition and Care Management Center

VA is ready to provide health care and other medical services to our nation's returning OEF/OIF/OND Servicemembers.
1st Floor, 1E601C

202-745-8000 Ext. 55557
202-745-8000 Ext. 55560
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Womens Health Center

Services available to women Veterans include comprehensive primary care as well as specialty care such as reproductive services and treatment for military sexual trauma.
1st Floor, Room 1E503