The Veterans Affairs Medical Center - H.J. Heinz Campus is one of three divisions in Pittsburgh and is part of the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System (VAPHS).
The VAPHS is an integrated healthcare system, serving a veteran population of over 360,000 throughout the tri-state area of Western Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
The H.J. Heinz Campus is so named in honor of H. John Heinz III (1938-1991), a local businessman, philanthropist and United States Senator.
The campus' 262-bed community living center has transitional care beds and offers outpatient services including audiology & speech pathology, dental, primary care and pharmacy. It is also home to a modern, 96-bed Veterans Recovery Center. In addition to a homeless domiciliary, programs located here include vocational services, health care for homeless veterans and psychiatric residential rehabilitation treatment program.
The center is open 24-hours a day.
Free, on-site parking is available.