• Helping transgender Veterans find their voice

    For Veterans in gender transition, finding their voice can be enhanced with the help of specially trained speech-language pathologists.

  • Video Blood Pressure Visits a virtual alternative

    The Video Blood Pressure Visits program offers Veterans a virtual alternative to in-person blood pressure follow-up evaluations.

  • Five ways to access VA care virtually during and after COVID-19 pandemic

    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, VA has helped Veterans get care virtually. Here are five ways to access VA virtual care.

  • Los Angeles VA cardiologists never miss a heart beat

    A telehealth program from Los Angeles VA lets Veterans with cardiac arrhythmias connect with their doctors and share heart readings virtually.

  • VA medical rotation provides unique virtual training experience

    The teleurgent care in the VA medical rotation offers students the opportunity to learn how to deliver care in a virtual setting, namely by telephone and secure video.

  • 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.

  • Helping Veterans with therapeutic exercise and holistic interventions

    Kinesiotherapy provides therapeutic exercise and holistic interventions to improve well-being and functional abilities for America’s Veterans. It was used to treat more than 100,000 Veterans in 2019.

  • How Veterans can reschedule a cancelled VA health appointment

    What should Veterans do if they need to reschedule a VA health appointment that was cancelled due to COVID-19? Contact your VA health care provider directly. Here’s information and links you need.

  • Summer youth volunteers go virtual to help Veterans

    Youth volunteers will be “Bridging the Digital Divide” at Charleston VA Medical Center. They will help Veterans with virtual appointments and other technology that not all Veterans are familiar with.

  • Using VA Video Connect to guard against infection

    VA is leveraging telehealth technology to help protect you and your family from the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • Veterans: Call before visiting your VA facility

    Got a fever, cold, cough or flu-like symptoms? VA can make it easier and safer to get back to health with virtual care through My HealtheVet and VA Video Connect App on your smartphone or computer.

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