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Wind Storm Update
The Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center and its clinics are open to provide health care for Veterans. As local/regional emergency response and utility crews continue to assess damage, remove debris and restore power in the inland northwest, the VA remains committed to serving Veterans with their health care needs. Our VA Social Work Service is working with our VA community partners to assist home-bound Veterans, families and caregivers as needed. Veterans in an emergency should call 9-1-1. Veterans utilizing special medical equipment (including Oxygen, CPAP, Ventilators, etc) should be registered with State and County Emergency Services as a precaution. For all other questions, Veterans can call the main VAMC at 509-434-7000 for transfer to our Urgent Care Center (open from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. daily), or Social Work Service at 509-434-7766.
VA Choice Program
Many Veterans now have the option to receive non-VA health care rather than waiting for a VA appointment or traveling to a VA facility. On November 5, 2014, the new Choice Program began to cover non-VA care for eligible Veterans enrolled in VA healthcare. Veterans are eligible if any of these situations apply to you: Learn more. New video posted on YouTube for the Choice Program. Non-VA Care has a new phone number: 509-484-7969
Urgent Care Center
Effective December 1, 2014 the Mann-Grandstaff VA Medical Center (VAMC) has initiated temporary changes in the operations of the Emergency Department (ED) which is now an Urgent Care Center (UCC). For more information click on the Fact Sheet. Click here for a Fact Sheet with important information on Non-VA Emergency Care.