The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (CTVHCS) is a Joint Commission accredited, complexity level 1-A facility serving Veterans in 39 counties in Central Texas. CTVHCS has two medical centers located in Temple and Waco; a stand-alone multispecialty clinic in Austin; five community based outpatient clinics in Brownwood, Cedar Park, College Station, Palestine and La Grange; two community living centers located at the Temple and Waco campuses; a domiciliary in Temple; a Blind Rehabilitation Unit in Waco (one of only 12 across the nation); rehabilitation units for post-traumatic stress disorder and severely mentally ill life enhancement in Waco; a 40-bed Psychosocial Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program in Waco (the only one in Texas); and an 8-bed residential Women’s Traumatic Rehabilitation Unit (one of only four across the nation). In addition, CTVHCS has a Temple VA Clinic Annex in the community that houses five Patient Aligned Care Teams and a Central Texas Sleep Center in Killeen. The CTVHCS campus in Temple is only 25 miles from the U.S. Army post at Fort Hood, Texas. CTVHCS has two Vet Centers in its catchment area – one in Austin and one in Harker Heights/Killeen. The VISN 17 Center of Excellence for Research on Returning War Veterans and the Health Resource Center Pharmacy Customer Call Center are both located on the Waco Campus as well as offices from the Austin VA Automation Center and the Austin VA Finance Center. CTVHCS serves a Veteran population of more than 252,000, covers 35,243 square miles and 11 congressional districts in 39 counties.