The VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System (VAAAHS) serves as the major referral center for veterans in Michigan and large parts of Ohio and Indiana, and currently operates 102 acute care beds and 40 extended care beds.
Michigan Medicine faculty staff the VAAHS, and more than 350 medical students and 650 residents and fellows rotate through the VA on a yearly basis. Trainees from more than 40 residency and fellowships spend a significant amount of time at VAAAHS, and trainees are fully integrated into VA clinical care and research activities.
The clinical facilities in Ann Arbor include the main hospital, outpatient clinics, radiation therapy facility, ambulatory care clinics, operating rooms, cardiac catheterization suite, intensive care units, laboratory, and diagnostic facilities. The VAAAHS also provides care at outpatient clinics in Ann Arbor, Jackson and Flint, Michigan, as well as in Toledo, Ohio.
In addition to its affiliation with Michigan Medicine, the VAAAHS partners with the University of Michigan Schools of Dentistry, Nursing, Social Work, Public Health, and Engineering, as well as more than 100 other college and university programs.