• Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Woodi

    Practicing yoga helps Woodi manage her pain. Now this Army Veteran is less dependent on painkillers, more relaxed, and lives better.

  • VA engineers help keep our hospitals running. Apply today!

    Throughout VA, engineers are hard at work ensuring that our […]

  • Job opportunity: Keep Veterans safe as a VA law enforcement officer

    Want to help Veterans receive reliable medical care in a […]

  • Pittsburgh VA legacy – help for 3,455 homeless Veterans

    VA’s 75th Anniversary: VA Pittsburgh looks back on those who pioneered its Homeless Veterans Program and Domiciliary. Its continued success shows some problems can be solved without medicine.

  • Standing Ready #6: Competitive Adaptive: History of sports in VA

    The Standing Ready season one finale, “Competitive Adaptative: A History of Sports in the VA,” looks at the past, present and future of VA adaptive sports.

  • Standing Ready #5: Innovating volunteers

    Volunteers have built communities of care and support and continue to meet the needs of Veterans. They are deeply rooted in our history. Hear how they have been shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Standing Ready #4: The battlefields of bureaucracy

    An insightful discussion with Acting Undersecretary of Health Dr. Richard Stone on the 75th Anniversary of the Veterans Health Administration.

  • Standing Ready #3: The Academic Advancement

    In the latest edition of the Standing Ready podcast, Dr. Murray Levin recalls his early days in the 1950s as a medical school resident in a VA hospital and shares his insights about the partnership between Northwestern and the VA during his time there.

  • Standing Ready #2: Provenance and the origins of VHA

    Episode two of Standing Ready: “Provenance: How VHA Came to Be” A discussion of the origins of the Veterans Health Administration - the largest integrated health care system in the country.

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

    Air Force Veteran Ken and his wife had retirement all planned out, until a stroke rocked their world. A VA program gave them the resources to stay in their home, despite Ken needing 24/7 care.

  • Standing Ready: The Prosthetic Progression

    Welcome to Standing Ready: An inside look at the histories and untold stories of VA’s innovations. Join VA historian Katie Delacenserie and producer Shawn Spitler for this new series.

  • Welcome to the Standing Ready podcast

    Standing Ready in an inside look at the histories and untold stories of VA's Innovations, highlighting the significant contributions of the nation's largest health care system through a historical lens.

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