Our extended care and rehabilitation program provides physical medicine and rehabilitation, transitional care, as well as home and community care. Our Geriatric and Research Education and Clinical Center is also a part of this program. Mental Health
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers assistance to caregivers. Caregivers provide a valuable service for Veterans and are "partners" with VA in providing excellent health care. Caregivers allow Veterans to remain in their own home and also play an important role in supporting Veterans who are hospitalized or living outside their home.
To contact the Caregiver Support Coordinator at the Boise VA Medical Center call Debra Mueller at (208) 422-1000 ex. 7840 or try Breana Pritchard at (208) 422-1000 ex. 7564.
Our mental health program provides consultation, evaluation, and treatment for a variety of issues that can impact emotional well-being.
My HealtheVet is a free, online Personal Health Record that empowers Veterans to become informed partners in their health care. With My HealtheVet, America’s Veterans can access trusted, secure, and current health and benefits information as well as record, track and store important health and military history information at their convenience.
Our pharmacy processes more than 1,375 prescriptions daily. Prescriptions may be refilled by mail, phone, or online.
Our primary care program offers an extensive range of treatments with an emphasis on health care prevention.
Our research and development program enhances our ability to provide state-of-the-art medical techniques and treatments to veterans.
Social work is an integral part of health care. Our social work program assists veterans with counseling and community services.
Our specialty care program offers all surgical specialties as well as neurology, radiation, oncology, and audiology.
Our spinal cord injury program provides comprehensive care to patients who have suffered spinal cord injuries, including surgery and rehabilitation.
Our woman veterans' health program includes a number of clinical services available to women, including gynecology, mammography, reproductive care, and menopause treatment.
Non-VA Care is medical care provided to eligible Veterans outside of the VA when VA facilities are not available. Known as ‘Fee Basis’, all VA medical centers can use this program when needed.
Credentialing and Privileging
The systematic process of screening and evaluating qualifications and other credentials, including licensure, required education, relevant training and experience, and current competence and health status.