Hampton VA Medical Center offers a variety of health services to meet the needs of our nation's Veterans. For additional contact information you may also view our phone directory or A to Z List of Services.
"Tell the Director" is an online service for Veterans, patients and family members who would like to provide comments about their experiences at the Hampton VA Medical Center. "Tell the Director" comments are reviewed by the Medical Center Director and appropriate staff. To access Tell the Director follow the link provided: Tell the Director
Hampton VAMC is available to provide Veterans returning from Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn with comprehensive seamless transition assistance. If you are a Veteran or family member of a Veteran recently discharged from active duty with service in a theater of combat operations, please contact the OEF/OIF/OND care team as your first point of contact by calling:
If you would like to send a card, gift or flowers to a patient, the mailing address is:
Patient Name (Patient Room Number)
c/o VA Medical Center
100 Emancipation Drive
For the location of an inpatient or their phone number, dial the Medical Center at 722-9961 (or 1-866-544-9961).
Veterans and other individuals with questions about military sexual trauma (MST) should be directed to the Hampton VA Medical Center MST Coordinator: Stephanie Eppinger, Ph.D., (757) 722-9961, ext. 2998.
The VA provides free care to Veterans who experienced sexual assault or sexual harassment while in the military. Veterans do not need to have a VA disability rating (or be "service connected") and may be able to receive this care even if they are not eligible for other VA care.
for more information about MST: www.mentalhealth.va.gov/msthome.asp
Veterans can now refill their VA prescriptions three different ways. Veterans can mail the barcode refill slip that accompanies their medication, use the “MyHealtheVet” web based application or by calling the VA’s automated service at (757) 726-6005.
When using the call-in system, Veterans will be required to enter their full social security number and prescription refill number, located on the medication label.
Most medications are refillable on a 90-day cycle; however, due to federal regulations some prescriptions (controlled substances such as morphine and Percocet) are limited to a 30-day supply.
If a Veteran sees that their medications are running low, they should request their refills at least 10 days before they run out. This way, if the mail is delayed, the Veteran will be sure to get their refills before they run out. If the Veteran is having problems renewing their medications, they are encouraged to call the Pharmacy Call Center at (757) 728-3111. A VA pharmacy representatives will help resolve the Veteran’s concern.”
Veterans are encouraged to register for MyHealtheVet as a way to reorder medications online. MyHealtheVet is a user-friendly program that streamlines the refill process. The web portal can be found at www.myhealth.va.gov.
Please contact our telephone care line if you need medical advice, have a question about your health care, or need to schedule a non-urgent appointment. Your location determines which number to use.
If you have a concern which you believe requires resolution, please contact one of our Service Excellence Representatives. Their contact information is available on our customer service page.
Hampton VAMC is proud to provide Veterans who are former Prisoners of War comprehensive health care services. Contact FPOW Advocate Leon Walker, (757) 722-9961. For more information.
To speak with someone in compensation and pension, call the Medical Center at 722-9961 (or 1-866-544-9961).
If you need to get information from your medical records, please contact our Release of Information Office.
Members of the news media should contact our Public Affairs Office at (757) 722-9961.