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Lebanon VA Medical Center
Lebanon VA Medical Center is located in Pennsylvania Dutch country, 3 miles outside the city of Lebanon and approximately 30 miles east of Harrisburg. The medical center and six outpatient clinics provide care to over 174,000 Veterans from nine growing counties in South Central Pennsylvania.
Lebanon VAMC offers acute medical, surgical, behavioral health and long-term inpatient care and a full range of outpatient services including primary care, specialty care, home-based care and psychiatric rehabilitation services. The recent addition of specialized diagnostic services (MRI and Nuclear Medicine) and the completion of the new Surgical Center enhances this ever growing, constantly improving facility.
Lebanon VAMC provides acute medical, surgical, and behavioral health care utilizing 11 ICU beds and 38 acute beds, 27 sub-acute medical beds, 22 in-patient Psychiatry beds, 76 Community Living Center beds, and 43 beds in the Residential Recovery Program. A full range of home care and community services are provided including; Home Based Primary Care, Homemaker Home Health Care, Community Residential Care, Adult Day Health Care and Homeless Veteran Care.
Lebanon VAMC is a teaching hospital, providing a wide range of patient care services, using state-of-the-art technology, guided by ongoing education and research. Comprehensive health care is provided by dedicated staff. Lebanon is proud of the fact that one-third of its employees are Veterans. Its end of life programs, including an inpatient hospice unit, is considered a best practice within VA. The Visually Impaired Services Outpatient Rehabilitation (VISOR) program, unique to VA, provides a 10-day intensive rehabilitation program for the visually impaired.