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VA Pacific Islands Health Care System

 

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VA SealTelehealth Saturdays for Veterans
Veterans Affairs Pacific Island Health Care System’s (VAPIHCS) main priority is ensuring the safety of our Veterans and their staff, so effective this Saturday, March 28, all Saturday appointments will
VA SealCOVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Information: Changes to Visitor Policy (effective immediately until further notice) The safety of our Veterans, visitors, and staff is paramount. Therefore, VA Pacific Islands Health Care System
VA SealDirector's Message March 17, 2020
Aloha, Talofa and Hafa Adai VAPIHCS Veterans, Our primary mission is to provide safe health care to you. In light of the of COVID-19 now reaching the Pacific Islands, significant changes have been implemented.
VA SealChanges to Visitor Policy (effective immediately)
Changes to Visitor Policy (effective immediately until further notice) The safety of our Veterans, visitors, and staff is paramount. Therefore, VA Pacific Islands Health Care System is taking additional measures
Director's MessageDirector's Message March 9, 2020
Aloha, Talofa and Hafa Adai VAPIHCS Veterans, Our primary mission is to provide safe health care to you. In light of the flu and COVID-19 now reaching the Pacific Islands, significant changes have been implemented.
Amercian Samoa FlagFlights to and from American Samoa Cancelled
Until further notice flights from American Samoa for non-critical medical appointments will have to be rescheduled. American Samoa government announced that starting March 9, 2020,
VA LogoVAPIHCS IMPORTANT CHANGES-EFFECTIVE TOMORROW
HONOLULU --VA Pacific Island Health Care System’s (VAPIHCS) main priority is ensuring the safety of our Veterans and staff. Department of Health (DOH) is actively preparing for possible cases and working with state
Amercian Samoa CBOC Inclement Weather ClosureAmerican Samoa CBOC Inclement Weather Closure
Talofa, Due to inclement weather the American Samoa Community Based Outpatient Clinic will be closed today through Friday, Feb. 21, 2020. Please use Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ)..
Veteran Affairs LogoMessage from the Director
We have used the term “non-medical attendant” (NMA) for someone who travels with a Benefit Travel (BT) eligible Veteran. The attendant was authorized by a provider and/or the BT Physician Utilization Management Advisor.
SHEP SurveySurvey of Healthcare Experiences of Patients
The Survey of Healthcare Experiences of Patients (SHEP) is conducted to improve our patients’ experiences by asking for your feedback after receiving care from the Veterans Administration

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