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Most Veterans coming to the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center are greeted by a smiling face, thanks to full-time front desk receptionist Linda Henry. The USAF Veteran describes her job as the “best job in the hospital.”
On March 28, Charleston VAMC expanded the Gastroenterology (GI) Procedure Center from two to four rooms, doubling the capacity for Veteran procedures, while becoming a national leader in patient satisfaction scores.
If you’ve lived along the coast long enough, you’ve probably been under the threat of a hurricane, or have even experienced one. Learn hurricane preparedness tips and find resources to help plan for a weather emergency.
Veterans, VA employees, their families and friends gathered on Friday, May 27 in the flag courtyard at the Charleston VA to honor the memory of military Servicemembers who lost their lives in service to their country.
May is Stroke Awareness Month. Stroke is largely preventable, treatable and beatable. Registered Nurse Elizabeth Aprile, Charleston VA's first Stroke Program Coordinator, is here to help spread that message.
Two notable events are happening this week for Veterans in the Lowcountry--the Joint Physical Therapy Clinic grand opening ceremony in Beaufort, SC; a Welcome Home information and resource fair in Hinesville, GA.
This weekend, the Miracles entertained area Veterans and their families during a free concert that was held as the finale to a day-long homecoming event sponsored by Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center.
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.