VA Health

You’re not alone: VA is here for MST survivors

During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, VA is connecting with MST survivors and raising awareness of its MST related services and treatment.


New CHAMPVA Mobile App for Veterans: CHAMPVA Pay

CHAMPVA Pay is an app for your mobile device and PC, designed to help you and your healthcare provider determine what CHAMPVA can pay. With CHAMPVA Pay, …


More than ever before, we must focus on our emotional well-being

More than ever before, all Americans, including Veterans, must pay attention to our emotional well-being and the well-being of those we love as we cope …


Veteran’s journey home leads to self-discovery

Army Vet George Bennett, member of the Tlingit tribe, shares his challenging journey from Vietnam service to denial of his heritage and bouts with alcohol. …


New procedures for Veterans suffering from enlarged prostate

Salt Lake City VA Medical Center is providing two new procedures for Veterans suffering from enlarged prostate. They can be done in clinic, comfortably and …


VA Dietitian: Make healthier food choices “Bite by Bite”

VA Dietitian Nutritionists translate the science of nutrition into practical daily solutions. They remind us to set achievable eating goals and help us …


Philadelphia VA Medical Center named for Vietnam Medal of Honor recipient

19-year-old Michael Crescenz was killed in action in Vietnam, the only Philadelphian serving in Vietnam awarded the Medal of Honor. Philadelphia’s VA …


VA salutes nurses during 2020: “Year of the Nurse”

During the “Year of the Nurse” we’ll be sharing stories of VA nurses who are transforming the VA health care system one patient at a time. Using the …


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).


VA partnership improves treatment for Veterans with MS

At least 20,000 Veterans with MS are cared for at local VA facilities. An important partnership with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society improves the …


After OPM action, VA invites retired medical personnel back to work

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) approved a request from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), March 19, to waive a section of federal law that …


PRIDE program helps employees better care for LGBTQ+ Veterans

PRIDE is a health education program that focuses on reducing health care disparities. It helps VA employees engage with LGBTQ+ Veterans, showing them VA …