SDV INTERNATIONAL Expands Operations to U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Pacific Island Health Care System

SDV INTERNATIONAL Expands Operations to U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Pacific Island Health Care System (VAPIHCS).

Honolulu, Hawaii -- Following several years of successfully providing Health Information Management (HIM) services to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs across the nation, SDV INTERNATIONAL has been awarded a competitively bid contact to expanded its operations to the Veterans Affairs Pacific Island Health Care System (VAPIHCS). 

This is a big win for the Department of Veterans Affairs because SDV INTERNATIONAL, a service-disabled veteran-owned small business, has provided the best marketplace value to the Department for almost a decade.  SDV INTERNATIONAL delivers on health data management accuracy and overall value, while the company's price structure often saves the tax payer millions of dollars on multi-year contracts.

SDV INTERNATIONAL is committed to providing timely access to a broad range of medical care services, serving an estimated 50,000 veterans throughout Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.

The VAPIHCS provides outpatient medical and mental health care through our main Ambulatory Care Clinic on Oahu (Honolulu) and through seven Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) including: West Oahu, Hawaii (Hilo and Kona), Maui, Kauai, American Samoa and Guam.

Traveling clinicians also provide episodic care on Lanai and an Internist residing on Molokai provides medical care 3 days a week at the Molokai Rural Health Center. Mental health care is provided by traveling clinicians from the Maui CBOC.

Long-term and transitional rehabilitative care services are provided by the VA 60 bed Center for Aging, located on the Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) grounds. VA staffed inpatient psychiatric care and partial hospitalization care are also provided within a 20 bed VA operated ward in Tripler Army Medical Center.

A 12-bed VA Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Residential Rehabilitation Program operates in its temporary site within Tripler Army Medical Center.

Medical inpatient care for veterans is provided by VA hospitalists and Department of Defense (DoD) physicians in TAMC through a VA/DoD sharing agreement, or through non-VA care providers in the community.

Home Based Primary Care is provided on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii (Hilo and Kona),Kauai (Lihue), Maui and Guam.