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Programs

Explore Kansas City VA's diverse program offerings, which include patient health care, cutting-edge clinical research, and other specialties.

Billing and Insurance
You can pay your VA Kansas City health care bill online, by phone, mail, or in person.
Leavenworth CPAC
866-393-4074

COVID-19 Vaccines
VA is providing COVID-19 vaccines, as authorized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Supply varies by facility.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
To schedule an appointment call 816-922-2619 (Available Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.)

Chaplain
VA Kansas City health care chaplains serve people of all faiths and denominations as well as patients and families looking for non-denominational support. They are here to listen and offer spiritual and emotional support as you struggle with tough questions and ethical decisions. 
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room M1-574
816-861-4700, ext. 52180.

Diversity & Inclusion at KCVA
Kansas City VA Medical Center is committed to an inclusive culture where diversity is highly valued, and equity and access are considered essential in all aspects of healthcare and employment. KCVA is the first VA Medical Center to establish Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) as a service line, with a focus on championing a culture of respect, inclusion, and belonging that values every individual.

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program
Kansas City VA Medical Center is committed to providing equal opportunity to employees and applicants in all aspects of employment. This includes recruitment, hiring, promotion, transfer, reassignment, training, career development, benefits and separation. Kansas City VA Medical Center prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity), national origin, age (40 years and over), physical or mental disability, genetic information, marital/parental status, political affiliation, and reprisal/retaliation for opposing discriminatory practices or for participating in the discrimination complaint process.

Health Promotion Disease Prevention (HPDP)
The Health Promotion Disease Prevention program is nation wide and focuses on changing how the VA provides care to our Veterans.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room MB-591
816-861-4700

MOVE!
The Health Promotion Disease Prevention program is nation wide and focuses on changing how the VA provides care to our Veterans.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room MB-591
816-861-4700

Medical Foster Home Program
MFH is a voluntary program that offers safe, long term care in a home like setting. MFH is an affordable comprehensive care housing alternative for Veterans.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room VB-611
816-922-2009
800-525-1483, ext. 52009

My HealtheVet
My HealtheVet is VAs online personal health record.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room M1-315
816-922-2404
800-525-1483, ext. 52404

Quit Tobacco Information
The Health Promotion Disease Prevention program is nation wide and focuses on changing how the VA provides care to our Veterans.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room MB-591
816-861-4700

Release of Information
Our Release of Information staff will be happy to assist you with requests for your medical records.
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room M2-577
816-861-4700, ext. 52125

Research
KCVA has a large, well-funded research and development program
Kansas City VA Medical Center
Room F1-130
816-922-2755
816-861-4700, ext. 57255

Veterans Justice Outreach (VJO) Program
The Veterans Justice Programs (VJP) consist of two programs that serve Justice Involved Veterans and are prevention-oriented components of VHA’s Homeless Program that provides a gateway to the VA and community services for this Veteran population.

Whole Health
Whole Health focuses on what matters most to each of us. It empowers people thorough mindful awareness and self-care, recognizing the fundamental importance of healthy nutrition, activity, sleep, relationships, surroundings, and the many other areas of our lives that contribute to our health and wholeness.
vhakanwholehealth@va.gov
816-861-4700, ext. 59651

Women Veteran care
Kansas City VA Medical Center is committed and equipped to serve the health care needs of our women Veterans. KCVA strives to ensure women Veterans have the same benefits and care as male Veterans receive. Our women’s health services includes the health, welfare and dignity of our women Veterans by ensuring comprehensive quality care.