Carl T. Hayden Veterans' Administration Medical Center - Phoenix VA Health Care System
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Phoenix VA Health Care System


Carl T. Hayden Veterans' Administration Medical Center

Facility Photo
Main Clinics entrance of the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center in Phoenix


Driving Directions

For driving directions to any of the Community Based Outpatient Clinics, please visit their specific web page:
- Globe-Miami CBOC
Midtown VA Clinic (Central Phoenix)
Northeast CBOC (Scottsdale)
Northwest CBOC (Surprise)
- Payson VA Clinic
Show Low CBOC
Southeast CBOC (Gilbert)
Southwest CBOC (SW Phoenix)
Thunderbird CBOC (Central Phoenix) 

Directions to the Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center:

From Interstate 17
- Take the Indian School Road exit and head east.
- Turn left (north) on 3rd Street.
- Take the second right into the CTHVAMC parking lot.

From State Route 51, Piestewa Peak Parkway
- Take the Indian School Road exit and travel west. Turn right (north) on 3rd Street.
- Take the second right into the CTHVAMC parking lot.

From Interstate 10
- Take the 7th Street exit and head north.
- Turn left at Indian School Road and then turn right (north) on 3rd Street.
- Take the second right into the CTHVAMC parking lot.


There are a variety of options available for Veterans needing transportation. Many are available on this list of travel resources.

Patient Transportation Services:

Eligibility Criteria

Patient Transportation Services provides limited transportation service to eligible Veterans in need of medical care. Veterans living outside a 27-mile radius of the Carl T. Hayden VAMC may be reimbursed if they meet the eligibility requirements outlined below. The Veteran is responsible for the first $6 with a monthly maximum of $18. Travel by specialized mode such as ambulance, wheelchair van, etc., will only be authorized when a VA physician recommends such transportation is medically required.

  • A Veteran traveling for treatment due to a service-connected disability.
  • A Veteran with a service-connected disability rate of 30 percent or more, for treatment of any condition.
  • A Veteran receiving VA pension benefits.
  • A Veteran whose annual income does not exceed the maximum annual rate of pension, which would be payable if the Veteran was eligible for pension. 

Veterans are encouraged to arrange transportation at least five working days in advance. Veterans may schedule transportation with the transportation dispatcher between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon.

Phoenix: 602-200-6272
Show Low: 928-532-1069

Public Transportation
Bus schedules and trip planning information is available from:


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