• TeleWound: No Wound Left Behind

    “No Wound Left Behind” helps Veterans receive telehealth wound care virtually at VA outpatient clinics or right in their own home. “Dr. Baharestani is so attentive and patient. It is unreal.”

  • Houston VA nurses answering the call to serve

    “When I heard they needed us, I knew I had to go.” Seven nurses from Houston VA traveled to New Orleans VA to care for Veterans with COVID-19. They returned “more confident in my skills.”

  • VA brings women’s health training to rural areas

    VA provides training on women’s health topics to over 500 rural providers and nurses. Program aims to increase skills related to women’s health. VA is supporting women Veterans in rural communities.

  • VA celebrates nurses during National Nurses Week 2020

    This National Nurses Week, we salute the over 100,000 VA nurses who work tirelessly every day to serve our nation’s Veterans — and have continued to demonstrate their commitment and dedication throughout this historic global situation.

  • Now more than ever: A week to honor VA nurses

    Nurses Week: VA is the leader of an organizational culture where excellence in nursing is valued as essential for quality health care for those who served America. This week we honor our nurses.

  • VA celebrates Year of the Nurse by thanking the nurses who serve Veterans

    In honor of Year of the Nurse, VA kicks off a year-long initiative to celebrate its nurses and the reasons why they choose a VA career.

  • Five things to include on your nursing resume to VA

    Before applying for a nursing position at VA, make sure your nursing resume addresses these five concerns and shows off your soft skills.

  • VA scholarship helped Jude Martinez discover a fulfilling career in nursing

    The VA National Education for Employees Program provides a tax-free scholarship to qualifying VA employees so they can pursue clinical licensure.

  • Explore VA career pioneering safe pain care at PAINWeek 2019

    Talk with VA recruiters about healthcare careers in pain management for Veterans at PAINWeek 2019, the national conference for frontline practitioners.

  • VAMC Director Kathleen Fogarty talks Veteran care and women leadership at VA

    From dietetic intern to medical center director of the Kansas City VA Medical Center, Kathleen Fogarty has seen — and experienced — quite a bit in her 36 years with VA. This includes one stormy night at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, when she and another employee delivered a baby during Tropical Storm Allison.

  • VA career providers help cure 100K Veterans of hepatitis C

    Career nurses, pharmacists, physicians and medical professionals establish VA as a global leader in hepatitis C diagnosis and treatment.

  • VANEEP scholarship helped Amy Grim pursue nursing while caring for Veterans

    VANEEP provides a tax-free scholarship to qualifying VA employees, like Amy Grim, who took nursing classes at night to become a VA nurse.

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