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At VA, our mission of service is what unites and defines us as we work to honor and serve our Veterans.
Nurse Laura Sarmiento recently appeared on “Talk About It Tuesday” to discuss the numerous opportunities for nurses at VA.
When you contact, communicate and coordinate with our VA recruiters, a career at VA can be at your fingertips.
At VA, we know our nurses are the backbone of Veteran care, but they also don’t hesitate to go the extra mile when it comes to helping others.
Boise's new Clinical Resource Hub provides space for VA staff to treat Veterans via telehealth and a training space for staff and students.
Between training and scholarships, it’s easy to see why VA is the largest employer of nurses in the United States. Find out more to grow your career!
Why do nurses love working at VA? Hear from them here, in their own words, and learn more about how you can join them.
During Health Professions Education Week, VA honors the 70% of physicians who train at VA through partnerships with academic institutions.
Nurses are needed to fill critical roles in Veteran care at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center (VAMC) in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
For Veterans who may not be able to visit VA facilities directly, Home Based Primary Care (HBPC) provides solutions.
Nurses are the backbone of VA's health system and make a profound impact on the lives of Veterans every day, just as they have for the last 100 years.
Learn about the extensive perks of a rewarding nursing career in our new Total Rewards of VA Employment Nursing Careers brochure and flyer.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated March 10, 2017
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