The White River Junction VA Medical Center (WRJ VAMC) is responsible for the delivery of health care services to eligible Veterans in Vermont and the 4 contiguous counties of New Hampshire. These services are delivered at the Medical Center's main campus located in White River Junction, Vermont, and at its seven Outpatient Clinics (Bennington, Brattleboro, Colchester, Newport, and Rutland, Vermont; Keene and Littleton, New Hampshire). The White River Junction VA is closely affiliated with the Geisel School of Medicine (formerly Dartmouth Medical School), the University of Vermont College of Medical, with multiple other nursing and allied health affiliations.
The White River Junction (WRJ) VA Medical Center is located on a 64 acre hillside setting in the Upper Connecticut River Valley. The Medical Center includes a hospital building, a 47,000 square foot research building, an ambulatory care building, and buildings for clinical and administrative support. The hospital's bi-state catchment area includes approximately 75,000 veterans (50,000 in Vermont and 25,000 in New Hampshire).
The Medical Center is a 74-bed, acute care facility that provides a full range of primary, secondary, and specialty care. Inpatient beds include 43 medical/surgical beds,7 ICU beds (medical and surgical),10 psychiatry beds, and 14 Residential Recover Center beds (a Substance Abuse Residential Rehab Treatment Program). In addition, four state-of-the-art Operating Room Suites, and six Post Anesthesia Recovery beds support WRJ's active surgery program.