Veterans Affairs Medical Center Addiction Recovery Treatment Services offers Substance Abuse Treatment services in San Francisco, CA

Veterans Affairs Medical Center Addiction Recovery Treatment Services is categorized as a Substance Abuse treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Veterans Affairs Medical Center Addiction Recovery Treatment Services, you may contact their San Francisco offices via phone at 415-221-4810 x24824.

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Opioid Medications used in Treatment

Ray Kuryla

2018-10-05 15:42:04 via Google

As a Navy Vet that needs to come here quite often for various things, I can truthfully say that the staff is so very courteous to and hard-working for us Vets. Also, it's a very nice facility. For you Vets (and friends / family members of Vets) that haven't been here yet but will be, you will love the views of San Francisco Bay, Ocean Beach, and Golden Gate Park from the hill on which the Hospital is located.

Mark Cacioppo

2020-02-19 19:13:52 via Google

Wow, impressive team, I had to have ACDF surgery ( Cervicle spine ) being quite nervous about it I selected the San Francisco neuro Surgery team. These guys are phenomenal! As is the care received in this older established facility! OUTSTANDING CARE! the nurses were great, the surgical team was great, the whole experience was a 10++++ I get better care in my VA world than i get in outside medical world! BRAVO NEURO TEAM YOU GUYS AND GALS Are the BEST!!!! Thank YOU!

Trevor Johnson

2019-10-11 19:58:07 via Google

Great, caring staff.

Anthony Saenz

2019-07-23 23:12:53 via Google

The VA is always a mixed experience. Half the staff was incredible the other half almost horrendous. The help at the info desk was phenomenal from several people. Cafeteria was fine. The exchange on the other hand didn't carry basic phone chargers for those who might be staying for extended periods. Yet they had many overly complex battery chargers and other devices that didn't serve that purpose and would not be purchased through an exchange out of a hospital. Then in all but words it was insinuated that I was stealing products while reading technical information off the packaging. The Radiology staff was utterly useless and passed off there responsibilities on to the patient. The day shift ER intake employee was very helpful, the night shift was rude and controlling in a situation she had no information about. One triage nurse was nice, while his counterpart was rude and she couldn't have been less helpful. The attending doctor, Dr. K T was a godsend. Had she not been on duty I might not have received the care I needed that long, long stay at the ER. There is much more I could add if VA staff wants to contact me but is too sensitive and irrelevant here.

David Lee

2019-08-07 21:06:40 via Google

My experience here is mixed. Most of the time I am happy with the services here, but once in a while I do receive bad service. However, as for VA medical center, this one is already the good one. So here I gave 5 stars. Keep up the good work!

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