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At the VA Coatesville Healthcare System, we’re dedicated to improving the lives of you and your family every day.

About the VA Coatesville Healthcare System

The Coatesville Healthcare System provides you with world-class health care and trains America’s future health care providers.

Caring for our nation's Veterans continues to be the guiding mission of the Coatesville VA Medical Center. Our core values are integrity, commitment, advocacy, respect, and excellence. These values define our culture and strengthen our dedication to those we serve.

Health care and services

The Coatesville Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is one of 171 VA medical centers nationwide and is an integrated health care system dedicated to providing Veterans with care that improves their health and well-being. We offer urgent care, primary care, specialty care, mental health care, long-term care, pharmacy and numerous supportive services to outpatients, inpatients, and residential patients. In fiscal year 2023, the medical center served 17,004 Veteran patients, had 198,568 outpatient visits, and completed 1,160 inpatient and residential admissions. We have 302 operating beds and approximately 1,226 employees.

We provide you with health care services at 3 locations: the Coatesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center (hospital) and 2 community-based outpatient clinics in West Norriton and Newtown Square, PA. We also have a community living center (nursing home). To learn more about the services that each Coatesville health care location offers, visit the VA Coatesville health care page.

Coatesville health care is one of the leading VA health care systems in the nation when it comes to mental health care and our Community Living Center (CLC) is regarded as an age-friendly health system by the globally recognized Institute for Healthcare Improvement.  We're a member of the Veterans Integrated Service Network 4 (VISN 4). VISN 4 includes medical centers in Altoona, Butler, Coatesville, Erie, Lebanon, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania; Wilmington in Delaware; and 44 VA outpatient clinics in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Ohio. Learn more about VISN 4.

2023 Fast facts

  • We served 17,004 Veterans in our service area, including 15,915 men and 1,089 women.
  • We had 1,226 full-time employees, including 202 nurses and 39 physicians.
  • About 22% of our employees are Veterans.
  • Our annual operating budget is about $206 million.
  • We have 302 operating beds: 148 residential rehabilitation treatment program beds, 126 community living center (nursing home) beds, and 28 mental health beds.
  • We had 198,568 outpatient visits and 1,160 hospital admissions.
  • By September 30, 2023, we conducted 10,625 PACT Act Toxic Exposure Screenings for enrolled Veterans.


We’re committed to delivering you high-quality services, and we’re equally committed to maintaining high-quality business practices.

We’re proud that we’ve been accredited for the following programs and services by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International:

  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (PRRC) 
  • Mental Health Intensive Case Management 

For more information about CARF International, the standards, or the survey process, visit their website.

Annual reports and newsletters

Annual reports


VA Healthcare-VISN 4


Get the latest news from VISN 4 in our Vision for Excellence newsletter and learn how we are improving access to care and earning Veterans' trust.

Annual Report

Read the latest VISN 4 annual report for news about the many accomplishments across our network and what we have been doing to provide excellent care for Veterans.