The Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center (JCMVAMC) is a general med/surg facility whose mission is to "Honor and serve our Veterans through excellence in healthcare." The Medical Center is comprised of a hospital, which provides primary and secondary levels of inpatient medical and surgical care, and three outpatient clinics that provide primary and consultative care in medicine, surgery, and mental health. As part of the South Central VA Health Care Network, the hospital and clinics have ready access to nine sister facilities for referral and use the VAMCs in Oklahoma City and Little Rock for the majority of tertiary services. JCMVAMC provides services for more than 45,000 enrolled veterans in four locations. In Muskogee, the medical center operates 110 hospital beds and which includes an Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit and an Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. JCMVAMC also operates VA-staffed Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) in Tulsa, Hartshorne and Vinita. Tulsa's Behavioral Medicine Service moved to a new location in January 2006 to accommodate the increased need and therapy rooms.
Affiliations: The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa; Oklahoma State University; and Griffin Memorial
Operating Beds: 110
Type of Facility: GM&S
Special Programs: Audiology, Behavioral Medicine, including Alcohol & Drug Treatment, SUD, PTSD, and Homeless Veterans; Hospice; Nuclear Medicine; Respite; SCI; VIST; and Women Veterans Clinic.