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The care and "beside manner" that I've received at the Cottonwood Out Patient facility and the Prescott hospital has made me a strong supporter of the VA system. My team doctor at Cottonwood has made my gout become non-existent, something no private md has ever been able to accomplish and a recent bout of pneumonia was very well taken of by Prescott, I'm now 100%. I'm very impressed and the follow-up care is great. Hard to understand all the 1 star reviews. The ER in Prescott was fabulous and, even on Christmas Eve, all of the staff treated myself and wife with respect, dignity and with the sole purpose of getting me healthy again, what more could you ask for?
I have met some wonderful people here, the drug and alcohol rehab is unsatisfactory, I have found the IOP program to be very helpful. The patient advocate is not helpful. The overall attitude towards drug addiction and mental illness is unhelpful and detrimental to patient recovery/care.
Typical VA, long waits for appointments, no one wants to do their job, no one seems to care about our veterans, etc... etc... etc.... After visiting this VA, I still feel they should close and put them all out of jobs, give us medical cards so we can go to real heath care professionals of our choice. I am in the traveling vet program which makes things 10 times worse. I have been to a dozen or more VA hospitals across this country and would only recommend 1 and have only dealt with a couple of people that I felt really cared about helping our nations veterans. This VA facility isn't one of them!
My husband got very sick after picking up his father released Christmas Day from Prescott VA. Thanks a lot nurse Brian third floor 3 b. Hey Brian there are masks to wear if your feeling sick or coughing and sneezing.
Why do you not consider others?
Great so far I'm in along term treatment for my PTSD. Called the Domiciliary