Veterans experiencing an emotional crisis should contact the Veterans Crisis Line or call 1-800-273-8255 press 1.
Veterans in need of medical advice after normal clinic hours can call TelCare at 1-888-838-7890.
Parent Facility: Buffalo VAMC Phone: (716) 834-9200 or (800) 532-8387
Primary Care Services for Veterans in Southern Erie County.
Handicapped Accessible: full and easy access for all veterans.
Personal Care: A health care team consisting of a physician, nurse, and clerical staff provide primary care services at the clinic, stressing health maintenance and preventative medicine.
Behavioral Health Care: Individual and group psychotherapy for veterans experiencing personal and emotional problems, including drug and alcohol problems.
Specialty services beyond primary care are available through VA Health Care Upstate New York at Buffalo. If you require more specialized tests your health care provider will arrange for a referral for these services at the Buffalo VA Medical Centers.
Laboratory: Blood drawing services available.
Prescriptions: Routine prescriptions processed through the mail. Emergency medicines provided.
Parking: Free parking on premises.
Springville Satellite Clinic of Lackawanna VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic The same services as the Lackawanna Clinic are available at this satellite clinic.