Sam Rayburn Memorial Veterans Center (SRMVC) in Bonham, Texas provides a full range of primary and geriatric care programs as well as outpatient mental health services to Veterans in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma.
The 78-acre campus includes:
- 136-bed Nursing Home care unit for extended care, including skilled nursing care, assisted care unit, specialized dementia unit, palliative and respite care.
- 224-bed Domiciliary for rehabilitative care in a structured, sheltered, tranquil, environment, including substance abuse program that provides special intervention protocol, health maintenance program for Veterans with multiple medical problems and limited resources, supportive work program and compensated work therapy. The program is being expanded to include additional substance abuse beds, secured women Veterans area and residential PTSD program.
- 5-bed Psychiatric Residential Rehabilitation Therapy Program.
Outpatient and telemedicine services are available for spinal cord injury patients, and additional specialty outpatient services include:
· Ear Nose and Throat
· Foot Care
· Speech Therapy
SRMVC has developed cooperative relationships with providers in the area to enhance more comprehensive services and accessibility for Veterans, and it serves as an important teaching facility. Affiliated with Grayson County College, available training program encompass nursing, social work, dentistry and psychology.
With over 600 employees, SRMVC has the largest payroll in Fannin County. Approximately 400 volunteers give their time and energy to help in many areas throughout the facility.
The Clyde W. Cosper Texas State Veterans Home Is located adjacent to the SRMVC campus.