VISN 10: VA Healthcare System - Locations
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VISN 10: VA Healthcare System

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11500 Northlake Drive, Suite 200
Cincinnati, OH 45249

Phone: 513-247-4610
Fax: 513-247-4620
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VISN 10: VA Healthcare System Serving Indiana, Ohio & Michigan Veterans

Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 10 is the result of the integration of VISNs 10 and VISN 11 as part of VA’s MyVA Transformation plan. The newly integrated VISN 10 is comprised of 10 medical centers and the independent Columbus, OH Ambulatory Care clinic and a network of 58 Community Based Outpatient Clinics.  VISN 10 provides personalized, proactive, patient-centered care to more than 500,000 Veterans throughout the lower peninsula of Michigan, Ohio/Northern Kentucky and Indiana.

The Network Facilities include: 

  • Ann Arbor VAMC, MI
  • Battle Creek VAMC, MI
  • Chillicothe VAMC, OH
  • Cincinnati VAMC (Ft. Thomas division)       
  • Louis Stokes Cleveland VAMC       
  • Chalmers P. Wylie VA ACC, OH
  • Dayton VAMC       
  • Detroit VAMC, MI
  • Northern Indiana (Fort Wayne & Marion), IN
  • Richard L. Roudebush VAMC, IN
  • Aleda E. Lutz, Saginaw, MI

    The newly integrated VISN 10 is the second largest and most complex VISN in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and has an operating budget of $4 Billion. Of the 11 medical centers in the VISN, 7 are complexity level 1 facilities affiliated with some of the best medical schools in America. The medical school affiliations allow for education and training of medical students, fellows and residents and all facilities have affiliations with nursing and/or allied health programs.

    The Mission, Vision, and Values of the VA Healthcare System of Ohio continue to form the cornerstone of our organizational identity.

    MISSION: To offer the enrolled Veteran population, a continuum of care that is accessible, value-added, cost-effective, and of the highest quality, within an environment of outstanding education and research. To promote a culture that supports and develops a caring, compassionate, competent and service-oriented workforce.

    VISION: Our vision is to be recognized as the healthcare provider of choice for Veterans and as a leader in education and research.

    VALUES: All of the efforts within the VA Healthcare System of Ohio will be based on VA's Core Values of:
  • Integrity      
  • Commitment       
  • Advocacy       
  • Respect       
  • Excellence 

    Reviewed/Updated Date:  October 8, 2015