We have an Amputee Clinic for patients who need help with prosthetics. Click here for more information.
We recognize caregivers provide a valuable service for Veterans and are "partners" with the VA in providing excellent health care. Your support often allows your Veteran to remain in their own home, and we recognize your role in supporting your hospitalized Veteran or those who live at home.
Our Caregiver Support Coordinator is Mary Burns-Verbarg. You can reach her at (317) 988-4891.
The national Caregiver Support Line is 1-855-260-3274. http://www.caregiver.va.gov/
We are your advocate to ensure fairness, equity and appropriateness of all survivor benefits and to serve as the liaison for inter and intra-agency collaboration and coordination on survivor issues. Your local point of contact is Debra Crosswright at (317) 988-2386. The national web site is the Office of Survivors Assistance.
Extended Care and Rehabilitation
Our extended care and rehabilitation program provides physical medicine and rehabilitation, transitional care, as well as home and community care. Our Geriatric and Research Education and Clinical Center is also a part of this program. Read more about our extended care and rehabilitation program.
The Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, has a dedicated Suicide Prevention Program based on promoting public health strategies to prevent suicide. The Suicide Prevention Coordinator and a team of Suicide Prevention Case Managers provide enhanced case management and clinical support to Veterans who are struggling with suicidal behavior. You can get more information here.
Our mental health program provides consultation, evaluation, and treatment for a variety of issues that can impact emotional well-being. Read more about our mental health program.
Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
Military Sexual Trauma (MST) is the term used by VA to refer to sexual assault or sexual harassment that occurred during a Veteran’s military service. MST can occur on or off base and while a Veteran is on or off duty, perpetrators might be anyone - men or women, military personnel or civilians, commanding officers or subordinates, strangers, friends, or intimate partners and Veterans from all eras of service have reported experiencing MST.
Our Minority Veterans Program Coordinator is available to meet one-on-one with Veterans and their families. Read more about our Minority Veterans Program.
Palliative care (pronounced: pal-lee-uh-tiv) is the medical specialty focused on relief of the pain, stress and other debilitating symptoms of serious illness. Our staff is ready to assist. Read more about our Palliative Care services.
Our pharmacy processes more than 95,000 prescriptions per month. Prescriptions may be refilled by mail, phone, or online. Read more about our pharmacy program.
Our primary care program offers an extensive range of treatments with an emphasis on health care prevention. Read more about our primary care program.
Our research and development program enhances our ability to provide state-of-the-art medical techniques and treatments to veterans. Read more about our research programs.
Returning Servicemembers (OEF/OIF/OND)
Our Returning Service Members program (Seamless Transition) includes care coordination and support services, specifically for those of you who have served in combat, or combat support operations, during a period of war after the Gulf War, or against a hostile force after November 11, 1998. This program supports you as you're transitioning from active duty military to civilian life. We help you receive the health care services you may want or need, and we provide you and your family with the following support and service options.
Social work is an integral part of health care. Our social work program assists veterans with counseling and community services. Read more about our social work program.
Spinal Cord Injury Center
The Spinal Cord Injury Center at Richard L. Roudebush VAMC is a support clinic in the VA System. Read more about our Spinal Cord Injury Center
The Veterans House, located on our Cold Spring Road Campus, offers a safe, comfortable and homelike environment for Veterans receiving extended outpatient medical care and their family members. It features 28 fully furnished guest rooms with private baths, a common kitchen and dining area, laundry and recreation rooms. Review the criteria at our Veterans House page
The Indianapolis VA Medical Center VIST Program helps legally blind and severely visually impaired Veterans and their families adjust to vision loss.
Our woman veterans' health program includes a number of clinical services available to women, including gynecology, mammography, reproductive care, and menopause treatment. Read more about our woman veterans' health program.