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The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center celebrated National Volunteer Week April 10 - 16 by holding three special awards banquets for VA volunteers serving in Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Savannah and surrounding areas.
Cooler is one of more than 400 Veterans attending the 2016 National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic in Snowmass Village, Colo. It is his second year attending the event and he’s excited to be skiing again.
The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center is a proud Commemorative Partner of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. We honor the service and sacrifice of Vietnam-era Veterans, and are privileged to serve them each day.
This truly has been a successful year for Charleston VA. Please take a moment to celebrate with us the accomplishments of the past year by clicking through the expanded interactive version of our 2015 Annual Report.
March is set aside as Women’s History Month to honor and highlight the contributions made by women to our nation. VA is participating in Women’s History Month by celebrating the success of women and women Veterans.
Each February, VAs across the country observe Black History Month. This year the Hinesville Outpatient Clinic welcomed Army Veteran Lt. Col. Daisy Jones as the Black History Month program guest speaker.
VA is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the final withdrawal of U.S. troops from Vietnam on March 29 with Vietnam Veterans Day. It is a long-overdue opportunity to honor and thank our Vietnam Veterans.
Over 300,000 US soldiers have been diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury since 2000, many at risk for epilepsy. New VHA online videos show how Vets with epilepsy are able to live full, successful lives.
The Department of Veteran Affairs Traumatic Brain Injury Registry monitors Veterans who may have a traumatic brain injury in order to provide early medical intervention. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month.