Anonymous
map-marker Albuquerque, New Mexico

Pure JUNK!

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There are VA employees there who set up Veterans for failure seeking medical attention for cancer. This is a horrible medical facility!

Their support staff are complete idiots and would never work at any Veterans administration hospital except for here in "oppieVille". They say they're a different VA but there's actually only one VA. This place wants me to drive 200 mi versus 2 mi for labs.

This is completely unacceptable and no other veteran in the United States drives 200 mi for labs. The simpletons retaliate and live for animosity.

Written by a California state firefighter and EMT (Retired)

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Anonymous
map-marker Albuquerque, New Mexico

Horrible VA facility

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The employee and individual their name Victor Gonzalez. Stay away from that jerk he is a liar!

this individual is like a coward cop from your body he will only do the most easiest thing for himself and never the right thing. this is a jerk and a coward with a VA badge and he's proud of screwing under veterans.

She along with his coworkers is the reason why the VA is a useless government agency now. to all my fellow law enforcement officers,first responders and firefighters do not use this VA facility ever, it is junk!

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User's recommendation: Do not use this horrible VA facility with lying employees

Anonymous
map-marker Albuquerque, New Mexico

Gonzalez wanted me to drive over 200 miles for labs

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The staff here are liers and scammers. I will never go to this hospital. Stay away from Gonzalez! he is a total BSr. Don't trust him. He think he's a drill sergeant. this is not the military ***

Gonzalez is a weasel with a VA badge!

Don't trust him! Don't believe what's he sezs.

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Written by an army cav scout and retired California state firefighter and EMT with blood cancer

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User's recommendation: Don't go there for cancer!!! Don't go there period!!

Anonymous
map-marker Lebanon, Indiana

Poor Service

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After going to ER with chest pains I got an ECG and the ER doctor referred me to a local cardiologist and I showed the referral to my VA clinic on 11-28-2022. Ive called twice since I went in and showed the VA clinic the referral notice from the ER.

Ive been told three times that they werent aware of any referral. The nurse got rude to me because Im exasperated and tired of wasting time with the run-around. I guess Im just going to have to forget medical care through the VA and use my Medicare from now on. I no longer trust the BA with my health care.

Been dealing with a Pituitary Macro Tumor for a few months and the VA has dropped the ball on that too.

Why is the VA so poor at health care for Veterans. Its so sad!

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User's recommendation: Take a video camera into your appointment

Nisa Abl

Vets......Leave the VA Clinic in Silver City, New Mexico

My husband has a 9 mm spot on his liver. How long has it been there?

He is 70 years old. It took 15 years in Silver City's VA to ignore his symptoms..........so I transferred him to Tucson VA Hospital.........GREAT HOSPITAL>>>>>>>>>get out of the VA in Silver City, NM and transfer to Tucson, you will not regret it! No one is ever at the desk, limited doctors, don't get back to you with results, just numbers that go unexplained because there is no follow up. If you don't leave you could die faster than you think.

Main doctor there disappeared??? What a slap in the face to our wounded Vets.............

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Preferred solution: get more doctors in there and better staff

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