Spark M. Matsunaga Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center | VA Pacific Islands Health Care | Veterans Affairs (2023)

Our main campus offers primary and specialist health services, including mental health care, PTSD treatment, geriatrics, suicide prevention and much more. Below is our address and hours of operation, parking and transportation information, and other healthcare services we offer at Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center in Honolulu.

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location and contact information

  • Everyone must wear a mask and practice physical distancing.
  • We may screen you for symptoms of COVID-19 upon entry.
  • Approved visitors only. Ask your support team who can visit you.
  • Ask your team about phone or video dating options.

Check back on Mondays for the latest guidelines for each installation.


Rua Patterson, 459

Honolulu, HI 96819-1522

phone numbers

Main phone:800-214-1306

Mental health care:808-433-0660

clinical hours

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Wheelchair availability:The Spark M. Matsunaga Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center campus has wheelchairs on arrival for patients who need them to enter the building.

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Van Services for Veterans

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Standard:Individual van times vary

We work with disabled US veterans and District Directors of Veterans Affairs to provide transportation for veterans and authorized caregivers to scheduled medical appointments.

Transport services without DAV

Many places in the area offer other van services for veterans.

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Transport to the Pacific Islands

Other services

Paratransit Service (p.r.n. Health Service): Coming Soon!

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Beneficiary travel benefits include round-trip transportation from your place of residence to the medical facility, mileage reimbursement or special transportation.

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Vaccines for COVID-19

Common Conditions:Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are providing COVID-19 vaccines to veterans and their spouses and caregivers. We also provide immunizations to Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) medical and civil health program beneficiaries and VA employees.

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VA healthcare staff will contact you if you are eligible for vaccination during this time. As vaccine supplies increase, we will work with our care teams to make veterans aware of their options.



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  • COVID-19 Vaccines for Veterans and Skilled Personnel

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If you are caring for a veteran with a serious illness or disability, we can help you support and care for yourself. You may qualify for services like training, counseling or respite care when you need a break.

If you are a veteran's caregiver, you may be able to obtain assistance by contacting one of our caregiver support coordinators. with expenses, education and medical care if you are not already insured. For all family caregivers, we can:

  • Help get help for caregivers available through the VA
  • Provide progressive demand planning to help you manage degenerative disease
  • Combine with services and benefits
  • Connect to local resources and programs
  • hear you when you fight

Learn more and connect with a support coordinator


Common Conditions:Memory problems, trouble sleeping, falls, bone loss, weight loss

As you age, we offer a range of medical and support services to help you stay as healthy, active and independent as possible. We also offer help to family members and caregivers who can support you.

We assess your situation and condition to decide which geriatric outpatient services are right for you or an elderly veteran in your care, and then coordinate your care. Our team of experts offers geriatric services including:

  • medicine and care
  • Psychology, Psychiatry and Social Work.
  • Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy

Learn more about VA Long Term Care

Caring for Homeless Veterans

If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, we can help. We offer many programs and services, including free medical care. And we can help you connect to resources in your community.

We help veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to financial hardship, unemployment, addiction, depression or prison transitions. Please contact one of our care coordinators for assistance:

  • Immediate needs for food and shelter, including temporary and permanent housing.
  • Vocational training, life skills development and education
  • Navigating the justice system and moving back from prison to the community
  • Economic support to prevent homelessness
  • Addiction and Depression Treatment
  • health and dental care

Learn more and connect with a service coordinator

Assistance to LGBTQ+ Veterans

If you are a veteran who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/interrogative or with a related identity, we are committed to meeting your needs. The LGBTQ+ Veterans Care Coordinator at your VA health facility can help you receive the care you need in a safe and sensitive environment.

We promote the health, well-being and dignity of veterans who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/exploiter (LGBTQ+) or a related identity. We focus on ensuring a safe, nurturing and affirming environment by providing you with quality, responsive healthcare services such as:

  • hormone therapy
  • alcohol and drug treatment
  • Testing and treatment for HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STDs)
  • mental health care
  • Psychosocial assessments for gender confirmation surgery and hormone therapy

Learn more and connect with a service coordinator

mental health care

Common Conditions:Addiction, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, OCD

If you are struggling with issues such as PTSD, depression, grief, anger or trauma, we offer counseling and other support. All VA health centers offer same-day care. You can also qualify without registering with VA Health Care.

Our medical center and clinics provide advice, assessment and treatment for a variety of issues that can affect your mental health or emotional well-being. Our confidential outpatient services include individual and group therapy for:

  • Psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression
  • Marital and partner problems.
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Anxiety, Addiction, and Personality Disorders
  • Aggressive or self-injurious behavior

Learn more and connect with a service coordinator

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Assistance for Minority Veterans

We provide resources and support for minority veterans to meet their specific needs with VA benefits and services.

If you are a minority veteran, we can help you get the services and benefits you need. Our Minority Veterans Program is for all veterans who are African American, Asian, Hispanic, and Native American (including Native American, Alaska Native, Hawaiian Native, and Pacific Islander American). We work for:

  • Help the medical center meet the needs of minority veterans
  • Meeting the needs of minority veterans in the local community
  • Identify barriers and create a more accessible environment for minority veterans
  • Educate minority veterans about VA benefits, services, and programs

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PTSD care

If you have PTSD symptoms after a traumatic event, we can help. We support you with assessment and treatment such as: B. Individual counselling, group therapy and medication. It's never too late to seek help.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, such as a fight, natural disaster, car accident, or sexual assault. It's normal to have disturbing flashbacks, be nervous, or have trouble sleeping after such events. If the symptoms last longer than a few months, it could be PTSD. We can help you with effective treatments and support services such as:

  • Psychiatric and psychological care.
  • Services for Homeless Veterans
  • addiction treatment
  • Transition and Care Management for Post-9/11 Veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation New Dawn (OND)

Learn more about PTSD

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The VA wants to ensure that you receive the best care possible. If you need help finding healthcare or resolving a problem, contact a patient advocate.

Our patient advocates work hard to ensure you receive the best possible care at our healthcare facilities. You can:

  • Help get answers or raise concerns with your support team
  • Patient and Family Rights Advocate
  • Serve as an advocate for minority veterans, women veterans, and veterans with disabilities
  • Provide expert assistance to former POWs and veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation New Dawn (OND)

Learn more and connect with a patient advocate


Our specialists offer a full range of services to help you obtain and understand your prescription drugs and supplies. You can refill VA prescriptions online, over the phone, or through the mail.

Our pharmacy provides you and other veterans with a convenient and efficient service to help you obtain your medications and medical supplies. It could:

  • Get new recipes personally
  • Fill prescriptions online and by phone or mail
  • Dispose of medications safely

Learn more about our pharmacy

primary care

Your VA GP will work closely with you to plan all the care you need to stay healthy and well throughout your life, including immunizations and vaccinations. You will also work with family members or supportive caregivers.

A strong network of in-house specialists and services and general practitioners provides you with the best care possible. Internal medicine doctors (internists) prevent, diagnose, and treat illnesses in adults. Doctors specializing in general medicine provide basic medical care for the entire family. Your GP team can coordinate the various services you receive, such as:

  • Labs and blood tests
  • mental health care
  • women's health
  • Radiology
  • social services
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take care of returnees

When you return from the military, we can help you adjust to civilian life and start VA health care. We can also help connect you to programs such as mental health services and education and career counseling.

We can help you readjust to civilian life if you are returning from the military, are on active duty, or are an active member of the National Guard or Reserve. Talk to one of our care coordinators about how best to use your healthcare services.

  • Polytrauma care (if you have multiple traumatic injuries)
  • counseling and rehabilitation
  • Mental and behavioral health services
  • Advice and support for family benefits
  • reference help

Learn more and connect with a coordinator

suicide prevention

Call our Veterans Crisis Hotline988and press 1 free private help anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our local suicide prevention coordinators can also connect you to ongoing services and counseling.

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We work with behavioral health professionals and community organizations to support you and your family in times of crisis. We offer:

  • Suicide Prevention Coordinators
  • Suicide Prevention Case Manager
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With VA telemedicine, you can get care from your healthcare professionals without having to travel. Get assessments and treatments, discuss your care and more, at home or on the go.

We use the latest secure digital technology to schedule remote visits with our healthcare professionals. We offer videoconferencing, in-home telemedicine, and store-and-forward telehealth services to securely send your health information to professionals at VA facilities. We offer telemedicine visits to providers in:

  • Mental health
  • Retinal (eye) care
  • Bariatric surgery (remote visit with your surgical team for weight loss before and after surgery)
  • Dermatology
  • Rehabilitation
  • primary care

Learn more about telemedicine

veterans' wives care

Common Conditions:Women's primary care, mental health, obstetrics and gynecology, Pap smear, mammography

We offer women's health services to meet your specific needs, such as:

Our women's health program provides comprehensive medical care for female veterans of all ages. Our GPs specialize in women's health. They work closely with specialists in gynecology, obstetrics, female urology, oncology, medicine, radiology, surgery and breast diseases. Our services for women veterans include:

  • Ultrasounds, mammograms, Pap smears, and HPV tests
  • Psychological service and counseling
  • Lifestyle-wellness-services
  • Treatment of menopause, including hormone therapy.
  • Family planning, contraception and infertility assessment

Learn more and connect with a service coordinator

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