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Va S. Arizona Healthcare System

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3601 SOUTH SIXTH AVENUE, TUCSON, AZ 85723 USA

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(520) 629-1821
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3601 SOUTH SIXTH AVENUE, TUCSON, AZ 85723 USA

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Consumer feedback about Va S. Arizona Healthcare System

Patricia Fleming
Patricia Fleming

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The doctors that I have seen are fantastic. I changed my rating from 4 stars to 5 stars because a patient advocate called me regarding my MRI and I was told that the lady who was now scheduling imaging appointments did not normally work in that department, but due to sickness among employees she was doing the best job she could do to try to keep the department running as smooth as possible. Good customer service representatives would have called the patient to let them know that their order had expired so they could get their doctor to write a new order.

Mary Anne Meyer
Mary Anne Meyer

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

This particular VA HOSPITAL needs to be investigated by some other investigative authorities...the VA cannot investigate the VA due to the problem that the reigning administration has with extreme bias and prejudice against VETERANS...they will (the DIRECTOR, his OFFICERS, and their ASSISTANTS)
protect their medical staff to the detriment of the VETERANS...their total lack of respect to VETERANS and any medical concerns they have trickle down through
through the medical ranks--from a NEUROSURGEON down to a clerk in PATIENT TRAVEL...if the VETERANS "do not fall in line", they can be expected to be blamed, and if that does not work, they are ignored, hopefully, with the result of the VETERAN just giving up and disappearing...this is what the DIRECTOR and his STAFF hope to accomplish-- sweep the mess under the carpet and move on; unfortunately, the VETERAN is left alone and suffering due to lack of proper care. I sometimes wonder if this could be one reason why there is such a large ratio of VETERANS taking their lives...I have talked with soldiers returning from combat thinking the VA will be their to help them...what a rude awakening for them...I am just another sad story of a VETERAN trying to get justice within a "criminal element" that poses as a "VETERANS" medical health establishment
serving THEMSELVES at the risk of the physical, mental, and emotional health of so many VETERANS. Their answering machine ends with the statement that we served our country, now it is their turn to serve us--this, to many VETERANS, is a slap in the face...I have been trying for 8 YEARS to work with this MEDICAL staff and for the last 2 YEARS of these 8 YEARS, with the ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF...at least now I realize why I have been treated so shabbily by the MEDICAL STAFF...they are just mirroring the ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF'S attitude toward the VETERANS that are trying to get help...I feel, right now, that I have no MEDICAL CARE...I am, for right now, on my own...FYI--MALPRACTICE IS A CRIME; even within the VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL...and WE do not have to accept it as a routine daily event...

Charles Young
Charles Young

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I'm disabled like a lot of us in the VA Hospital System are. I go in for a scheduled appointment every 3 months and have always been taken into the Doctor on time for the last 3 years. All you have to do to receive such care is show up 15 minutes early and not cancel appointments constantly. My buddies that don't follow those simple rules are always complaining about poor service. If you served in the military you should know how to follow rules. Your appointments and clinics are orders you must abide by. Otherwise you suffer just like you would if you were still on active duty. It's your duty to cooperate with the system. It works for me and my buddies that follow those simple rules. So it blows my mind that some veterans complain over and over again about poor service and the health care here.The medical assistance I receive here is far better than any care I had outside of the VA Hospital System. Outside of this system I waited 1 hour at least after showing up early for a scheduled appointment. Many times pharmaceutical sales people just walked in and were taken immediately with no wait. I'm treated with respect here and I was just an E4 when I served. Thank God for this place!

Bradley Calimer
Bradley Calimer

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

This place in one of the most tranquil, beautiful places I've seen in Tucson. The trolley system is a godsend. The way that every person helps no matter what astounds me. It's a great place to go if you're a veteran of any branch. Just a wonderful place to spend a day.

Waiting times were almost non existent.

The most absolute cleanest place in the city.

Paul F. Sherrett
Paul F. Sherrett

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Been getting fantastic care here for the last twenty years. They have saved my life several times. Thank you.

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