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Rural Veterans make up nearly a quarter of those who have served our country, and it’s our duty to make sure they have access to the care they need.
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VA works to reach Veterans wherever they may be. Learn about career opportunities to specialize in telehealth positions.
One of our favorite VA career benefits is the opportunity […]
William Harris wanted a COVID-19 vaccine but hadn’t left his home in years due to a severe case of COPD. So, VA came to him and others in rural Texas.
Continuing to get Veterans—especially those in rural and highly rural areas—COVID-19 vaccinations is a high priority, VA Secretary Denis McDonough told reporters Feb. 23.
The VA Office of Rural Health funds $14 million in rural workforce training initiatives.
VA strives to deliver high-quality, compassionate health care to Veterans […]
At VA, we believe every Veteran should have access to […]
Every day, VA strives to ensure Veterans receive the health […]
VA has facilities not only in every state, but in […]
In a recent message to VA employees, Dr. Carolyn M. […]
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them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated October 1, 2022
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