Upstate New York VA Healthcare System

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155 reviews
3.8
MedicalRecords.com Rating 3.8
155 reviews
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Emergency Service Available

Yes

Group Service

Yes

Hospital Type
  • ACUTE CARE - VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
  • veterans Administration Acute Care
MedicalRecords.com Rating 3.8
(155 reviews)

Garth Stewart

I’m a veteran who used Prosthetics, so that is what my review is for. My contact there is Ken, and he is skilled and kind in saving me the trouble of having to come into the facility. Ken will often mail me the items I need to keep walking and he sees me without an appointment most days I try. Five stars for prosthetics. Walk in clinic is decent, but this VA can get really busy on a Friday, and it has a fair share of homeless trying to sleep in the bathrooms. It has its problems but they are well managed.

Lana Mcdonald

This v.a is pretty huge you will get lost easily..The staff here for the most part are friendly..it’s like they actually enjoy going to work. They keep the bathrooms clean so that’s always a plus when dealing with hospitals.

Hector G

One of the best va facilities. You walk into the ER and they are ready to take care of anyone.

VRL NYC

I have never seen a veteran receive medical treatment at this facility. Instead, the NYU medical students who are responsible for treating veterans at the Manhattan VA, keep their patients sedated on dangerous prescription drugs. This facility directly supports the 22 veteran-deaths that take place every day.

Julia Shin

The securities need to be retrained. The security at the front desk asked me if they could see my ID (they were just hanging out in the lobby area). I showed them my state ID that clearly says I am a Veteran. Then they go "That means nothing. You are not a veteran and you need to get out." Just because I am a female/Asian, that does NOT mean that I didn't serve my country. When I argued that I haven't received my VA ID card in mail yet, they still tried to kicked me out. Apparently they are NOT trained properly to guard this facility. Very unprofessional! Otherwise I am satisfied with the medical care I received.