Phone: 818-891-7711 Or 818-891-7711 Fax: 818-895-9559 View Map:
Parent Facility: Greater Los Angeles VAMC Phone: (310) 478-3711 or (800) 952-4852
The Sepulveda Ambulatory Care Center (SACC), located in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, is part of the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (VAGLAHS). SACC is the major outpatient facility charged with caring for the 1.4 million veterans living in Northern Los Angeles. Sepulveda has redefined its mission and has become a comprehensive ambulatory care, education and research facility. There is also a 120-bed academic nursing home care unit on the campus. The ACC offers a comprehensive array of services that supports the primary care program. These services include a wide spectrum of on-site ambulatory care activities for internal medicine, neurology, and specialty ambulatory surgery services, comprehensive psychiatry and psychology services, including alcohol and substance abuse treatment, dentistry, social services, rehabilitation medicine, audiology, speech pathology, prosthetics services, and an outpatient Spinal Cord Injury Program. In addition the Center is recognized for special programs, including Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Care Program (GRECC) and the Women's Health Program. SACC is unique for its expertise in primary, managed care education and is a site for national VA PRIME medical residents and associate health trainees. Sepulveda's strong academic affiliation with UCLA Schools of Medicine, Dentristry and Nursing assures a progressive, high-quality healthcare environment.
University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
120 Authorized Academic Nursing Home Care Unit
TYPE OF FACILITY
Ambulatory Care Center Outpatient Mental Health Nursing Home Care
Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Care Canter (GRECC) Primary Ambulatory Care and Education Center (PACE) Academic Nursing Home Care Unit Day Treatment (ambulatory program for managing the chronic mentally ill) Substance Abuse Treatment Home Based Primary Care (HBPC) Center for Ambulatory Rehabilitation and Education (CARE) (post-stroke rehabilitation)