VA Medical Center – White River Junction
215 North Main Street
White River Junction, Vermont 05009
The White River Junction (WRJ) Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) is located on 64 acres of hillside in the Upper Connecticut River Valley in the state of Vermont. The facility includes a hospital building, a 47,000 square foot research building, an ambulatory care building, and buildings for clinical as well as administrative support. The White River Junction VAMC’s bi-state catchment area includes 94,000 veterans comprised of 64,000 veterans in the state of Vermont and 30,000 in the state of New Hampshire.
White River Junction Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) is a 60-bed acute care facility that provides comprehensive care for a wide variety of primary, secondary, and specialty care. Inpatient beds consist of 43 medical/surgical beds, 7 ICU beds (including medical and surgical), and approximately 10 psychiatry beds. Four state-of-the-art Operating Room Suites, and six Post Anesthesia Recovery beds support White River Junction’s active surgery program.
White River Junction VAMC medical school affiliations include: Dartmouth Medical School (DMS), and University of Vermont (UVM) College of Medicine, along with many other active affiliations such as New Hampshire Technical Institute – Diagnostic Medical Imaging and Sonography and Lebanon College – Radiology.
White River Junction VA Medical Center provides diagnostic and therapeutic services such as oncology, CT scan, nuclear medicine, orthopedics, podiatry, hospice, optometry, neurology, rehabilitation medicine, and respiratory care, as well as outpatient services such as a Mental Health Clinic, Contracted Home Based Primary Care, Substance Abuse Treatment, the Veterans Integrated Community Care Program (VICC), PTSD Clinical Teams, and an Ambulatory Surgery Program.
White River Junction VA Medical Center services are divided into White River Junction Services and Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) services. White River Junction Services include, but are not limited to: cardiology, critical care, gastroenterology, infectious diseases, endocrinology & metabolism, general surgery, neurology, pulmonology, rehabilitation medicine, urology, and vascular surgery. Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) services offered at Bennington, Rutland, Colchester, and Littleton includes lab blood drawing, primary care, radiology, and cardiology, to name a few.
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) mission, values and vision are as follows: Mission – Honor America’s veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being; Vision – To be a patient-centered integrated health care organization for veterans providing excellent health care, research, and education; An organization where people choose to work; an active community partner; and a back-up for National emergencies, and Values – Trust, Respect, Excellence, Compassion, and Commitment.