Former Prisoner of War Program
Our Former Prisoner of War Program ensures that Former POWs receive special priority for health care in VA hospitals and clinics. Read more about our Former POW program.
Medical Foster Home Program
The Huntington VA Medical Center has developed a new Medical Foster Home Program (MFH), offering qualified Veterans a safe, affordable alternative to assisted living or nursing home care. The Veteran resides with a carefully chosen caregiver in their home, where they have independence and privacy in a friendly, home environment. Health care needs are managed through the Medical Center’s Home Based Primary Care Team. Read more about the MFH Program.
Our outpatient mental health clinic provides consultation, evaluation, and treatment for a variety of issues that can impact emotional well-being, including post traumatic stress disorder, depression, alcohol and substance abuse, psychosocial rehabilitation, developing recovery skills, stress reduction, smoking cessation, and telemental health services. Mental health services are also available at the Charleston and Prestonsburg Clinics. Read more about our mental health program.
Minority Veterans Program
Our Minority Veterans Program ensures that minority veterans receive benefits and services on par with other veterans. Read more about our minority veterans program.
The Memphis VA Medical Center, VISN 9's Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence, provides clinic appointments, classes, and resources for MS patients.
The Huntington VA Medical Center’s Palliative Care Team addresses the relief of suffering and the multiple needs of patients with chronic disease. Palliative Care is different from hospice care in that a patient does not have to be at the end stage of life. Read more about our Palliative Care Team.
Returning Service Members
The Huntington VA Medical Center wants to help all recently discharged veterans or reservists make easy transitions from the military to the VA healthcare system. Read more about our returning veterans programs.
Same Day Surgery
Most surgeries at VAMC Huntington are now done on an outpatient basis. This means that you may come to the medical center, have surgery, and go home all in the same day.
Social work is an integral part of health care. Our social work program assists veterans with counseling and community services. Read more about our social work program.
Spinal Cord Injury
Our spinal cord injury team is made up of members who are knowledgeable about the treatment of spinal cord injuries and disorders such as multiple sclerosis.
Visual Impairment Program
The Huntington VA Medical Center provides basic low vision services to all eligible veterans enrolled and receiving care. If you need more intensive care, an interdisciplinary team will evaluate you to determine what additional treatment may be beneficial and where your treatment may be provided. Learn more about Huntington's Visual Impairment Program.
The women veterans health coordinator directs services to women veterans and assists with their concerns and needs. To talk with the women veterans coordinator, contact the social worker on your primary care team. Read more about our women veterans' health program