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This summer, the Department of Veterans Affairs became the first federal agency to require COVID-19 vaccines for employees and volunteers who work in VA facilities... [Read More]
Veterans rode 20 miles on horseback through the city on Saturday as part of their Trail to Zero ride, in an effort to shed light... [Read More]
Marquette County Veterans Affairs hosted an open house event Saturday at Northern Michigan University honoring U.P. Desert Storm veterans and their families. [Read More]
The act will require the Department of Veterans Affairs to establish a five-year program to provide service dogs and training to veterans with PTSD. [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs will unveil plans Monday to restore full benefits for LGBT service members who left the military with a classification other... [Read More]
In 2019, 25 military veterans around Alaska died by suicide. According to 2018 data from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, that's seven more compared... [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was the first Federal agency to require any employee, volunteer, and contractor who works, visits or provides direct patient... [Read More]
For decades, Veterans Affairs employees have had trouble finding emergency communications devices when they're needed most. [Read More]
Carrie Christian (pictured) is accused of tweeting a patient's preoperative notes ahead of surgery. The D.C. VA Medical Center employee allegedly shared a photo of a patient's... [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs hosted its annual flu vaccine clinic in Evansville Friday. [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs is the first Federal agency to mandate employees, volunteers and contractors receive life-saving vaccines for preventable serious disease and complications... [Read More]
A November opening date is the target for the new Terre Haute Veterans Affairs health clinic located on the city's east side to bring healthcare... [Read More]
The Gillette Veterans Affairs Clinic has been temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure inside of the facility. [Read More]
Saratoga County is holding a mental health summit for veterans on September 17 at 1 p.m. at the Saratoga County Veterans Service Agency Office in... [Read More]
A Department of Veterans Affairs employee no longer has access to patient... [Read More]
The pilot service will be located at the Martinsville Health Department and is a partnership between the Virginia Department of Health and the Salem Veterans... [Read More]
Despite increasing legal access to medical and recreational cannabis in states across the U.S., veterans face unfair treatment and stigmatization because the U.S. Department of... [Read More]
The Fayetteville Department of Veterans Affairs is notifying 281 patients about what to do after receiving expired COVID-19 vaccines. [Read More]
A newly released study reported by the left-leaning magazine the Atlantic found that nearly half of the patients hospitalized for COVID-19 in 2021 may not... [Read More]
The Department of Veterans Affairs said the person died of either COVID-19 or underlying conditions after testing positive. ... [Read More]
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