VA whistleblowers speak to veterans at meeting


By Kristen Carosa

At a town hall-style meeting Monday night, a majority of the whistleblowers who alerted the Boston Globe to ongoing issues at the Manchester VA Medical Center spoke one by one, expressing their concerns directly to veterans.

“We are going to try to get better care for the veterans,” said Dr. William Kois.

Kois, who serves as director of the spinal cord clinic at the VA, started the whistleblower group more than a year ago. Since that time, an investigation has been ongoing.

“It’s growing,” Kois said. “We are up to 12 now. I just wasn’t willing to see people injured anymore.”

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