Bedford Resources & Facilities
Research is critical in serving the health care needs of America's veterans.
We are committed to ensuring that veterans receive the best possible care.
Bedford VA researchers are among the nation's leaders in pioneering groundbreaking approaches to medical science. Their work has expanded knowledge of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, neurological disorders, liver disease, and many other illnesses. BRCI supports this research for veterans and the public.
- Mental Illness Research and Education Clinical Center, (MIRECC), including a 350 longterm care facility
- Health Services R&D Centers of Excellence:
Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research (CHOIR)
- Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, (GRECC) National VA with longterm care Alzheimer's disease & Dementia Unit
- Phlebotomy Lab
- Basic Research Facility
|The VHA operates the Nation's largest integrated health care system.
The Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Hospital provides care to approximately 13,000 outpatient veterans annually.
The Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital in Bedford, MA, provides Ambulatory Care, Mental Health, Geriatrics & Extended Care, Primary Care, and Administrative Support services.
The combined facility has 65 authorized hospital beds, 345 Nursing Home beds, 42 PRRTP beds and 40 domiciliary beds for homeless veterans.
|Medical Care & Social Services Provided at Bedford:
|Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)
Acute Inpatient Psychiatry
Alcohol & Drug Abuse/Addition Rehab
Community Residential Care
Domiciliary Homeless Program
ENT Outpatient Clinic
Geriatric and Extended Long Term Care
Geriatric Research Education Clinical Care (GRECC)
Geriatric Respite Screening
Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program (HCHV)
Hepatitis C Evaluation for Treatment
Lab Blood Drawing
||Mental Health Services
Education & Clinical Ctr.
Psychiatric Crisis Intervention
Pulmonary Function Test
Veterans Administration Support Housing (VASH)
Veterans Construction Team/VOC. Rehab.
Women's Health Services