I was treated professionally and compassionately at this facility. The provider I saw took great care of me. I can contact her by email on any business day and receive an answer back within a short period of time. They make me feel as though they value me.
Go to Topeka or Wichita VA. I've heard extremely positive things from veterans that reside in Salina but go to the Topeka VA hospital. I went there yesterday and I spent 5 hours preparing all my medical records from my prior doctor from Wichita who has been my physician for 30+ years. I take 7 medications. The Doctor would not listen. I'm almost 66 but have been on disability for 10 years for Anxiety, GAD, panic attacks, and agrophibia. But by taking alprazolam, only when needed, (I hate it but after trying 30 medications it was the only one without serious side effects), I was able to work 15 more years along with 4 promotions. She refused ALL my medications! She said Alprazolam is a schedule 1 prescription. No it is not. It's a schedule IV. So what did she prescribe? Hydroxyzine at the minimum dose which is an antihistamine!!! Which causes drowsiness, fatigue, and sedation effects. It also is not to be used with acetaminophen due to possible side effects, which I take for pain. Can't get Norcos anymore although I took a low dose at 2 a day. She's a quack. I will say the front office people were great and the gal who took my blood sample did a terrific job. They're 5 stars. The Doctor is a negative though.
Been in several VA systems, hands down worst providers I have ever seen. The fact that they have zero common sense when dealing with veterans who are coming there for a problem shows a lot. To my brother and sisters who may need treatment. Reach out to the Wichita VA and ask to be considered for community based treatment.