• North Texas VA expedites hiring process

    North Texas VA expedited the onboarding of at least 100 new team members as part of a 4-day hiring surge event. New hires could start work the next week.

  • Caring for the Whole rural Veteran

    VA’s Whole Health involves more than just physical health care. VA’s Office of Rural Health Rural Veterans brings Whole Health initiatives to rural Veterans.

  • My HealtheVet helps Army Veteran manage her care, assist Veterans

    Veteran Maple Davis loves using My HealtheVet and other VA apps for her VA health care. As a DAV volunteer, she now encourages other Veterans to use these tools.

  • VA Augusta urologist closing gender gap in contraception culture

    VA urologist to help close the gender gap in responsibility for contraception which disproportionately burdens women. “I want to help men understand their options in preventing unplanned pregnancies.”

  • The importance of mammograms and early detection

    Early detection and treatment are key in the fight against breast cancer. VA is using state-of-the-art mammogram information technology to meet the growing needs of women Veterans.

  • Million Veteran Program (MVP) to bring Veterans personalized health care

    The Million Veteran Program (MVP) hopes to one day bring effective treatment to Veterans faster. Watch video here to learn more.

  • From pain and addiction to social worker… with help from VA

    Army Veteran James Sapp overcame chronic pain and addiction. Now, as a social worker, he helps other Veterans do the same.

  • Women Veterans and chronic pain

    Chronic pain interferes with women Veterans’ daily lives. Talk to your VA provider about an individualized pain management plan.

  • Clinical simulation training gives trainees experience

    Clinical simulation training has expanded rapidly and nearly any clinical scenario can be created and taught. Orlando VA trains of hundreds of professionals in their labs.

  • Gulf War Illnesses committee to meet Sept. 21, 22

    VA Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses hosting live and virtual committee meeting Sept. 21 and concluding Sept. 22.

  • PSA highlights women Veterans

    September is Suicide Prevention Month. A new PSA encourages women Veterans to reach out for help when needed and to help find the right VA resources.

  • Women Veterans health care: Reasons to consider VA

    Women Veterans should consider VA health benefits, including personalized, comprehensive care such as routine check-ups, cancer screenings, birth control and mammograms.

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