The San Francisco VA Medical Center is a first class medical facility. I served in the Vietnam Era US Army and I am thankful that I did. My medical care in the private sector was not good and very expensive. I enrolled in the VA system in the 90s and they have given me excellent care all the way. Most of the doctors and surgeons I have encountered are from UCSF, the best hospital in California. I am grateful to the surgeons, doctors, nurses, specialists and everyone else at the SFVA for saving my life. They are very kind and very skilled and very professional. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
San Francisco VA medical facility is for veterans, very good quality Hospital.
I personally have had several operations here. I've had Hart and shoulders operations I am currently being seen in neurology psychologist, also it's where a veteran can come to and be safe for any reason whatsoever, everything is here, it's like a little city if you guys are in distress you need something if you think you need something, come in and talk to somebody they're always willing to help and they do go out of their way
VA has the best medical care of my life. My great docs (all borrowed from UCSF Medical Center) have saved my life repeatedly. Just a note about the harsh criticism I see from Vets, sometimes. Vets, especially combat vets are some of the crabbiest, grumpy people I know. Hard to please. Me too. No medical care system is perfect. They are all run by humans. I need a break. I give them a break. PS: Thank you again for saving my life.
I take my Motor home and park it across from the parking garage. I get very good care here. I am one of 15 hi has fixed my crowns here.
I love it, despite the fact that people talk negative about this place you'd be really surprised when she came here in person it's a totally different vibe.