• Phoenix VA’s new 200,000-square-feet clinic

    The new Phoenix VA clinic provides much-needed outpatient space to consolidate primary care and outpatient mental health services.

  • Helping Veterans overcome misconceptions about VA health care: Part 2

    Because of misconceptions, many eligible Veterans don’t get their health care through VA. This blog helps Veterans understand VA health care.

  • Helping Veterans dispel myths about VA health care: Part 1

    Many eligible Veterans don’t get their health care through VA. This two-part blog dispels myths and helps Veterans understand the VA health care they deserve.

  • Kansas City VA’s new clinic largest in health care system

    New Kansas City VA clinic will provide multiple primary care and specialty services for Veterans. Reduces need to travel to main campus.

  • Nine ways Veterans are using telehealth right now

    Telehealth makes it easier for Veterans to connect with their VA care team. That’s why more Veterans are turning to telehealth. Here are a few ways Veterans are using telehealth right now.

  • VA’s Survey of Healthcare Experience of Patients

    The best information we receive on how well VA serves the Veteran comes from the Veterans themselves. VA’s SHEP surveys provide valuable information to facility managers about the Veteran experience.

  • New VA Cape May CBOC opens

    Wilmington VA Medical Center has a new Cape May County Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Rio Grande, New Jersey. “A testament to our promised kept in the care we provide to Veterans.”

  • Philadelphia VA cross trains over 350 nurses

    Philadelphia VA cross trained over 350 nurses to use their skills and experience in the most effective way during a pandemic. Training plan developed for potential surge in COVID-19 positive Veterans.

  • Dallas VA expands outpatient clinical space

    The Plano VA Outpatient Clinic opened in 2016 in a 10,000 square-foot space. The clinic has now added 10,000 square-feet of clinical space and added a seventh Patient Aligned Care Team.

  • Pride Month: celebrating all who served

    VA is committed to providing high-quality, respectful care for Veterans with LGBT and related identities, as well as their families. June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month.

  • 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 offers virtual appointments on smart devices

    For their appointments with their VA health care provider, many Oklahoma Veterans stay home and use their smartphone or computer instead. Read all about VA Video Connect virtual appointments.

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