Veterans Health Administration California hospital locations include Fresno, Livermore, Long Beach, Los Angeles and San Diego, as of November 2015. In addition to Veterans Health Administration hospitals, known as medical centers, the Veterans Health Administration also operates outpatient clinics, community-based outpatient clinics and a domiciliary throughout California.
Veterans Health Administration medical centers are also located in Loma Linda, Mather, Menlo Park and Palo Alto. Twenty-five veterans’ outpatient clinics are in California cities and towns, including Fairfield, Los Angeles, Modesto, Oakland and Redding. Services provided at the Los Angeles outpatient clinic include clinical services, dental service, dietitian services, ear, nose and throat professionals, and mental health professionals.
Veterans may access 36 California community-based outpatient clinics for medical care. These clinics are located in Anaheim, Bakersfield, Gardena and Oxnard, among other locations. Navigate to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs California Locations Web page, and click on the clinic name for directions and contact information.
The Domiciliary is located in San Diego at the Aspire Center. This facility provides short-term housing for returning veterans and focuses on promoting recovery for those veterans who do not require any type of inpatient care, but may benefit from short-term rehabilitation assistance. Although elements of mental health assistance and substance abuse care are offered at the Aspire Center, those issues are not its main mission.