VA North Texas Health Care System (VANTHCS) is a progressive health care provider consisting of the Dallas VA Medical Center, Sam Rayburn Memorial Veterans Center, Fort Worth Outpatient Clinic, Tyler VA Primary Care Clinic, Polk Street VA Annex Clinic, and five community based outpatient clinics. VANTHCS provides comprehensive health services through primary, tertiary and long-term care in many areas like medicine, surgery, mental health and rehabilitation. The 853-bed system has a Spinal Cord Injury Center, Domiciliary Care Program and Community Living Center with a dedicated hospice unit. In 2009, a Fisher House was established on the Dallas campus to provide no-cost temporary lodging in a home-like setting for families of Veterans or active duty military personnel undergoing treatment at the facility.
Sam Rayburn Memorial Veterans Center (SRMVC), provides primary health care, nursing home care, and long term rehabilitative care to eligible veterans. The 78-acre site employs approximately 500 staff, and over 450 volunteers who serve in many capacities throughout the facility. Like Dallas VAMC, SRMVC serves as a teaching hospital, and has academic affiliations with Grayson County College and other training agreements encompass nursing, social work, dentistry, and psychology.