Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
Tip of the Week
Tip of the week January 16, 2019
Do you ever get lost trying to find your way around the Tucson VA Medical Center? Good news! We offer a mobile map that you can easily use on either your smartphone or tablet.
To use this option, follow three simple steps:
- Log onto https://www.tucson.va.govon your smart phone or tablet device.
- Scroll down and click on the link labeled (Mobile Map of the Tucson VA Campus)
- Find your destination on the map.
Thank you for choosing the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System for your health care needs.
Tip of the week Jaunary 9, 2019
Quitting tobacco is tough! The more information, resources and support you have, the more likely you are to succeed. The VA has programs to help you in your journey to quit, for more information, visit https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/quit-tobacco/how-to-quit.asp or call 1-855-QUIT-VET (1-855-784-8838).
You can also call our local Tobacco Cessation Quit line at (520)838-3658 to learn about resources in Southern Arizona!
Tip of the week December 31, 2018
The Move! Program is here to help you achive your healthy weight.
Find out more at the MOVE! orientation class that are offered on multiple days of the week and times at the Tucson VA.
Please contact the MOVE! Corrdinator at (520) 629-4659 for more information or go to www.move.va.gov
Tip of the week December 19, 2018
Are you interested in volunteering at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS) to serve our Veterans? Do you know someone that has a passion for serving Veterans?
We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities. Our Volunteers are a critical component in the delivery of compassionate, high quality health care.
Please contact our Volunteer Program at (520) 629-1822 or visit https://www.tucson.va.gov/giving/index.asp to learn more about becoming a volunteer.
Tip of the week December 11, 2018
The holidays can be stressful. Here are some remedies; stay active, go for a walk, spend time with people you care about.
To find out more about stress, please visit National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.
Tip of the week December 5, 2018
Did your provider request blood work for your next visit? Don’t forget to have your labs completed at least two days prior to your appointment.