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US Department of Veterans Affairs - Miami Medical Center

The Miami VA Healthcare system assists the approximately 175,000 population of Veterans in three South Florida counties named: Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe. Our major facilities are provided in the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center which was established in 1968 and is now located on 26.3 acres in downtown Miami. We offer comprehensive medical, surgical, inpatient and outpatient mental health services. The Healthcare System also includes an AIDS/HIV Center, a spinal cord injury rehabilitative center, and Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC). The Miami VA Healthcare System is recognized for its excellence in Spinal Cord Injury and Substance Abuse Treatment.

Drug and alcohol addiction often affects U.S. military veterans more so than anyone else, and the problems that go along with those issues are far more worrisome and concerning than anything else is.  This is why, for addicted veterans, they need to enter into some kind of rehabilitation program before it is too late.  Enter in the US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center, for the addicted veterans in Miami.

The Miami VA Healthcare System serves Veterans in three South Florida counties:  Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe, with an estimated Veteran population of 175,000. Our parent facility is the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center opened in 1968 and is located on 26.3 acres in downtown Miami.

The Miami VA Healthcare System is an accredited comprehensive medical provider,  providing general medical, surgical, inpatient and outpatient mental health services. The Miami VA Healthcare System includes an AIDS/HIV center, a prosthetic treatment center, spinal cord injury rehabilitative center, and Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC). The Miami VA Healthcare System is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Spinal Cord Injury Research, Substance Abuse Treatment and is a recognized Chest Pain Center.

The US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center is a workable and effective addiction treatment center.  The program offers stability, peace in recovery, and a variety of other promises they can make and live up to.  For some more details about the program, the US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center is essentially a recognized and affluent, successful, engaging, recovery-minded, both one on one therapy based and group counseling based approach to drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment, rehabilitation, detoxification, recovery, and permanent sobriety.  The US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center can accept military insurance, plus Coventry Insurance PPO Unlimited, The Community Health Choice Association, GEHA Health Plans and Policies Incorporated, APS Health Care Insurance Options, Aetna Health Care, Cigna Health Care, Cooks Children's and Adult’s Health Plan and First Care Approach, The PPO Managed Health Network Incorporated, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

The Miami VA Healthcare system assists the approximately 175,000 population of Veterans in three South Florida counties named: Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe. Our major facilities are provided in the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center which was established in 1968 and is now located on 26.3 acres in downtown Miami. We offer comprehensive medical, surgical, inpatient and outpatient mental health services. The Healthcare System also includes an AIDS/HIV Center, a spinal cord injury rehabilitative center, and Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC). The Miami VA Healthcare System is recognized for its excellence in Spinal Cord Injury and Substance Abuse Treatment.

Drug and alcohol addiction often affects U.S. military veterans more so than anyone else, and the problems that go along with those issues are far more worrisome and concerning than anything else is.  This is why, for addicted veterans, they need to enter into some kind of rehabilitation program before it is too late.  Enter in the US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center, for the addicted veterans in Miami.

The Miami VA Healthcare System serves Veterans in three South Florida counties:  Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe, with an estimated Veteran population of 175,000. Our parent facility is the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center opened in 1968 and is located on 26.3 acres in downtown Miami.

The Miami VA Healthcare System is an accredited comprehensive medical provider,  providing general medical, surgical, inpatient and outpatient mental health services. The Miami VA Healthcare System includes an AIDS/HIV center, a prosthetic treatment center, spinal cord injury rehabilitative center, and Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center (GRECC). The Miami VA Healthcare System is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Spinal Cord Injury Research, Substance Abuse Treatment and is a recognized Chest Pain Center.

The US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center is a workable and effective addiction treatment center.  The program offers stability, peace in recovery, and a variety of other promises they can make and live up to.  For some more details about the program, the US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center is essentially a recognized and affluent, successful, engaging, recovery-minded, both one on one therapy based and group counseling based approach to drug and alcohol addiction and dependence treatment, rehabilitation, detoxification, recovery, and permanent sobriety.  The US Department of Veterans Affairs Miami Medical Center can accept military insurance, plus Coventry Insurance PPO Unlimited, The Community Health Choice Association, GEHA Health Plans and Policies Incorporated, APS Health Care Insurance Options, Aetna Health Care, Cigna Health Care, Cooks Children's and Adult’s Health Plan and First Care Approach, The PPO Managed Health Network Incorporated, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

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  • 1201 NW 16th Street Room D-501
  • Miami
  • FL
  • 33125
  • United States

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