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ASVH-FLAG is a planned 80-bed Medicare-certified, skilled-nursing care facility for eligible Arizona veterans, located in north Flagstaff, near Flagstaff Medical Center, at:
- Address TBD
- Telephone TBD
Care & Features
ASVH-FLAG serves the long-term care and rehabilitative needs of the veterans of northern Arizona, with energetic and caring staff whose members provide nursing, therapeutic recreation, and social services to those who have served our nation.
The facility provides a free, private, resident-use telephone for local/in-state calls at bedside, and free cable TV. Each resident room contains a TV. Residents may enjoy internet access on their own personal electronic devices throughout the building using facility-provided WiFi.
Veteran seniors and their spouses who choose long-term care enjoy a vibrant, independent lifestyle with customized services to fit their needs. Resident veterans enjoy comfort, dignity, and warm social connections. A variety of activities are planned and promoted, enhancing the sense of community for each resident. Caregivers are respectful, well-trained, and attentive.
A Veterans Benefits Counselor is available onsite to assist the veteran resident in obtaining their veteran benefits/pension. Social Services are available to provide psychosocial support and discharge planning for residents and their families.
We are open to those citizens offering to volunteer to support our veterans here at ASVH-FLAG. Please complete a Volunteer Form online and/or call our main facility number to inquire. Find more details online here.
An applicant is eligible for admission if the applicant is an honorably-separated veteran, or the spouse of a veteran. As a pre-requisite, the applicant must require skilled nursing care as determined by a physician. There must be documented evidence of the absence of tuberculosis.