The Thomas E. Creek VA Medical Center’s mission is to help veterans and their families.
A new federal law will allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to finally begin a long-planned expansion of its health care center in Portland.
The interim director of the embattled Manchester VA Medical Center told nearly 100 veterans he’s working to address allegations of substandard care at the facility but has acknowledged the culture can’t be changed overnight.
New Hampshire’s only veterans hospital has appointed two more interim leaders as whistleblower doctors continue to call for a third-party investigation into substandard treatment and conditions.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin has removed two top officials at New Hampshire’s only veterans hospital and ordered a review of the facility starting Monday amid allegations of “dangerously substandard care.”
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The Local Veterans Art Show opened Wednesday at the Samuel S. Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 113 Holland Ave.
A panel of administrators from the Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Clinic in Columbia held a town hall meeting Tuesday morning at the Florence County Library to inform local veterans about future changes and to address any questions and concerns they may have.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will start offering in vitro fertilization services to injured veterans for the first time in March, under new rules released Thursday.
My son Daniel, a veteran of the 82nd Airborne, died Jan. 8, 2016, while waiting for help from the VA. He served in the Army for nearly eight years and was the 7th Special Forces Group Soldier of the Year in 2009.
The president-elect’s selection of David Shulkin as Secretary of Veterans Affairs has drawn praise, but some advocates still worry about privatizing the agency.
Last month, the Department of Veterans Affairs published its final rule granting full practice authority to three of the four advanced practice registered nursing specialties, illogically excluding Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) from the rule while at the same time confirming their qualifications and expertise.
A government watchdog reported Tuesday that there are still chronic delays for veterans waiting for health care appointments at the Department of Veterans Affairs facility in Phoenix, more than two years after the Obama administration pledged to fix the problems.
An Irving clinic wasted over $2 million in taxpayer dollars and risked the health of dozens of veterans in a medical study that included spinning them upside down in a chair, according to a scathing state audit released Friday.
Nearly 600 patients who received dental care at a Wisconsin Veterans Affairs medical center may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and C and now face an anxious wait to find out if they were infected.
American veterans needing health care are about to get help from an unusual source: artificial intelligence.
There were around 20 million military veterans in the United States last year, with almost four million living with a service-connected disability.
MARINE CORPS veteran Clay Hunt was one of thousands. Hunt was 26 when he committed suicide, following tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
There is a lot to be said for the idea of requiring that funding be provided for the future medical care of veterans as part of any decision to go to war. That not only might help the maimed veterans we already have but will encourage long, hard thinking before creating more of them.
Roanoke, Virginia VARO, just so happens to rank among the “Top 10” of dysfunctional and inept VA Regional Offices.
The ACVRC supports and protects the rights of our military veterans.
When considering the health of veterans who have faced years of combat and the toll it can take on their bodies, sometimes it can well be forgotten that their mental health suffers greatly too.