The Phoenix VA Health Care System offers clinical, mental health, dental, cancer and many other services, which are listed on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website. The system also offers ambulatory care, beneficiary travel, audiology and pharmacy services.
The Phoenix VA Health Care System also provides wellness services, such as nutrition, recreation therapy, new veteran orientation, and geriatric and extended care services, explains the organization's website. Medical technology services offered by the PVAHCS include research and laboratory services. The organization also provides social and human services such as compensation and pension services, and Veterans Justice Outreach.
Although administered in the Phoenix area by the PVAHCS, Veterans Justice Outreach is a national program, according to Justice for Vets. The program mandates that all VA Medical Centers offer the services of a justice outreach specialist. The justice outreach specialist assesses and manages cases, works with the courts and provides other services to veterans who are involved in court cases.
The Women Veterans Health Program is another specialized service of the PVAHCS, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. This service provides primary and specialized care to female veterans. It also provides inpatient care services, such as surgical, mental health and long-term care. The program is run by the women veterans program manager.