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• We provide comprehensive, non-surgical, op- tometry services to Veterans consistent with the current and nationally accepted standards of eye care professionals. Ext. 32381/32728
• General Outpatient Mental Health Clinics provide Veterans access to mental health treat- ment throughout western Michigan. Ext. 53843
• Chronic Pain Management involves health- care providers from various disciplines working together to provide the knowledge and skills to manage chronic pain. Ext. 30561
• Patient Aligned Care Team represents a partnership between you, your health care providers, and your family and caregivers.
• The PAVE Clinic provides a preventative assessment for eligible Veterans who are at risk for limb loss or are at risk for further limb loss. Ext. 35301
• Process onsite prescriptions. Ext. 1 for Pharmacy.
• The goal of Physical Therapy is to improve walking and restore physical function after injury, illness, or surgery. Ext. 35301
• The Prosthetic and Sensory Aid Service includes things such as prosthetic service, orthotic services, sensory aids, and medical equipment. Ext. 33898
• Psychologists are involved in clinics and programs throughout the medical center.
• (269) 223-5150
• The Psychosocial RRTP is a 40 bed-unit,
which serves Veterans with a variety of mental health, substance use and psychosocial stressors. Ext. 30085
• The Specialized PTSD Programs are designed to treat combat Veterans who suffer from symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Ext. 31173
• The PTSD Residential Rehabilitation
Treatment Program is a 32-bed program designed to assist Veterans in learning to live successfully with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Ext. 35355
• Radiology provides images of the human anatomical structures and physiological pro- cesses. Ext. 35229.
• The Seating Clinic evaluates for manual wheelchairs, cushions, hospital beds, specialty mattresses, patient lifts, positioning, scooters and power chairs. Ext. 35301
• Self-help training/courses include online courses and coursework for Veterans to use in the comfort and privacy of their own homes. Online.
• Support and counseling helping Veterans with smoking cessation.
• Social Work Service represents a diverse array of services to support the psychosocial
To every United States serviceman and woman from every generation, no matter where YOU SERVED...
All Our Thanks
To honor my father, Albert W. Back, First Lt., WWI & WWII. And brother Marvin G. Back, two star Major General
705 W. Michigan, Battle Creek, MI 49037
We Need Sweaters!
We are collecting tired but true sweaters between now and Thanksgiving Day. Please bring your sweaters to Bachman Hebble Funeral Service & our supporting drop-off locations.
We donate Sweaters for Warmth to numerous area agencies, including the Veteran Administration Medical Center.
U.S. Army, 1942-1945
1338 West Michigan, Battle Creek, MI 49037 269-962-8779 •
223 N. Bedford Rd. 269-965-5145 Battle Creek, MI
Quality Service For Over 50 Years
Thank You
Calhoun County Public Health Department

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