• Why David got his health care at VA, as told by surviving daughter, Brianne

    VA supplied 24-hour care to Brianne's father for the last five months of his life. She will never forget the respectful treatment he received.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Air Force Veteran Tom

    When doctors in the private sector couldn't diagnose Tom, VA stepped in and figured out what was wrong. VA has cared for him ever since.

  • How Veterans can get moving without the gym

    VA’s National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention supports Veterans’ health and well-being with worksheets, workbooks and other information from VA’s MOVE! Weight Management Program.

  • More Veterans getting VA care than ever before – and they like it

    VA has dramatically improved Veterans’ health care access. The total amount of care delivered is up. The number of visits with VA’s community care providers is up. Veteran satisfaction is up.

  • Are you an innovator? Put your creativity to work at VA!

    VA is always looking for creative and talented innovators to make a difference in the lives of Veterans. Come work at VA!

  • Tucson VA food services overcomes challenges

    Despite the challenges of working in a mobile kitchen, Tucson VA Nutrition and Food Service staff kept a positive attitude focusing on teamwork and serving healthy meals to inpatient Veterans.

  • Watches provide health care connections for Veterans

    Technology is a powerful tool for improving Veterans’ health care plans. Read how Kimberly Braswell, a cardiology nurse in Florida, is using smart watches to help Veterans monitor their own health.

  • Veteran News Network: Television for Veterans, by Veterans

    Veteran News Network offers instead, a mix of entertaining, informative and inspiring Veteran-centric content 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • Alabama Veterans access VA benefits, services at Veterans Experience Action Center

    880 Veterans, their families, caregivers, and survivors attended a Veterans Experience Action Center (VEAC) in Montgomery, Alabama on Feb. 5, 2020.

  • Gulf Coast VA projects selected for National Innovators Network Program

    Three projects submitted by Gulf Coast VA employees to the Veterans Health Administration Innovators Network program were selected for investment.

  • VA has cured 100,000 Veterans of Hepatitis C

    New drugs and outreach efforts helped VA to treat thousands of Veterans. Now, Veterans cured of HCV are estimated 72% less likely to develop liver cancer.

  • Staying safe during a heat wave

    Heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the United States, resulting in hundreds of fatalities each year and even more heat-related illnesses. Here are some tips to help you stay safe during a heat wave.

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