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Explore Spokane VA's diverse program offerings, which include patient health care and other specialties.

We provide care to Veterans through community providers when VA cannot provide the care needed. Community care is based on specific eligibility requirements, availability of VA care, and the needs and circumstances of individual Veterans. 

Learn more about Veteran Community care services.

The DAISY Award is presented to a Spokane VA nurse who is nominated by a Veteran, family member, employee or volunteer witnessing extraordinary inpatient or outpatient care. The nomination form can be found throughout the Spokane VA main campus or click here to submit a form online. 

Providing quality health care for Veterans is one of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA’s) highest priorities. To support this mission, Mann-Grandstaff VAMC and its community-based outpatient clinics were the first VA medical facilities to go live with VA’s new electronic health record (EHR) in October 2020. This is a Veteran-centric approach that will better support service members as they transition from military service to Veteran status.

Learn more about EHRM at VA Spokane.

The VA Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP) is committed to helping Veterans, their partners, and also VA staff who are impacted by Intimate Partner Violence. If you or someone you know could be experiencing and/or using IPV – help is available.

Learn more about IPV Assistance at VA Spokane.

VA is here to help Veterans who are part of the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center with the patient portal, My VA Health. If you don’t find the information you’re looking for on this page, please call the My VA Health Support Line at 888-444-6982. Customer service representatives are standing by to help.

Access the patient portal:  https://patientportal.myhealth.va.gov

Also know as a Sweat Lodge, the Healing Lodge serves as a location where Native Americans and other Veterans can search their souls and open up to the Great Creator.  This 1,176-square-foot, open-air structure was built on the northwest corner of the medical center’s campus with VA capital improvement funds. It incorporates two sweat lodges, one for women and one for men. 

Learn more about the Sweat Lodge at VA Spokane.

Click here for information regarding VA Privacy/HIPAA policies and procedures; to report a possible violation or breach of privacy rights; and to report a concern or a compliment about the privacy practices at Spokane VA health care.

In rural areas, basic levels of health care or preventative care may not be available to support residents’ long-term health and well-being.  VA recognizes the need to provide accessible care to rural Veterans and allocates 32 percent of its health care budget to rural Veteran care.

Learn more about rural health care at VA Spokane.

Our Whole Health approach empowers and equips you to take charge of your health, well-being, and quality of life. Whole Health goes beyond your illnesses, injuries, or disabilities, and focuses instead on your values, goals, and overall health. It includes self-care and complementary therapies along with conventional medical care.

Learn more about Whole Health at VA Spokane.